Salads make the world go around; at least, in some industries they do. Consider this: by eliminating one olive from each salad served to customers in first class, American Airlines saved $40,000 in the year 1987 alone! Then there was Phillip Sollomi who, inspired by his mom’s spicy salad dressing, went on to create The Kansas City Famous Italian Salad Dressing. His creation later on became better known as the Wishbone Salad Dressing. What of the health and fitness industry? Salads are so good for the body there is a whole group of people out there creating new types of salad for all types of people – for the gym buff, the ballet dancer, the soccer mom, the reed-thin model, and everyone falling betwixt and between.
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Posted by Genesis Davies. Published on Jan 13, 2010
Salads are healthy, we all know that, but many people still don't eat them on a regular basis. Why is that? Well, one reason is that a healthy salad can take time to prepare . . . something that is solved with the creation of a chopped salad.
Oxo Salad Spinner Makes A Good Addition To Your Kitchen
Posted by Jon Larsen. Published on Dec 03, 2009
Add a Salad Spinner to your kitchen range and have clean fresh crispy salads every time.
Chi Hair Products And Easy Hair Care Tips For Healthy Shiny Locks
Posted by Wayne Young. Published on Nov 23, 2009
The mysteries of maintaining beautiful hair should have been uncovered by now, but for many women finding a simple way to keep their hair looking wonderful is as elusive as it was to women centuries before.
Making Your Alimentation Of Genuine Nutrient Is A Beneficial Habit For Life
Posted by Jorge Ribeiro. Published on Nov 11, 2009
A lot of people believe popping out a multivitamin supplementation to get their foods are even as beneficial as what derives from actual nutrients. They do not recognise that they are far better to acquire vitamins and minerals of natural nutrients and juices. Our organic structure utilise the vitamins and minerals of actual nutrients a lot more efficiently.
Old Fashion Coleslaw Recipes: Apple Walnut And Mrs. Ead's Southern
Posted by Grandma Linda. Published on Oct 05, 2009
Coleslaw is considered a side dish. However, it can be the highlight of the meal. A really good coleslaw can brighten up the foods it is served with. These old fashion coleslaw recipes give you the opportunity to do just that. Choose from Apple Walnut Coleslaw or Mrs. Eads' Southern Coleslaw.
Old Fashion Salad Recipes: Classic Potato Salad, Copper Coin Salad And Deviled Eggs
Posted by Grandma Linda. Published on Sep 06, 2009
Reach back into time and pull out these old-fashion salad recipes the next time you need a salad for a picnic, potluck, church supper, etc. They are also great for the family dinner table. Here we offer a Classic Potato Salad recipe, Copper Coin (Carrot) Salad, and Deviled Eggs.
A "virtual" Raw Food Cooking Class And The Great Greek Salad
Posted by Kevin Gianni. Published on Aug 16, 2009
In this article, Cherie Soria shares a fantastic raw food recipe called the Great Greek Salad. Cherie Soria teaches raw food "cooking" classes and is the author of The Raw Food Revolution Diet.
How To Make A Great Salad With Homemade Dressing Of Honey And Lime
Posted by Grandma Linda. Published on Aug 04, 2009
Enjoy a great salad with your own homemade dressing of honey and lime. Refreshing and different; try it today! Instructions are included to turn this festive salad into an entree salad with chicken.
How To Make Quick And Easy Entree Salads #2
Posted by Linda Wilson. Published on Aug 02, 2009
It is easy to turn a salad into a light meal. Whether for lunch, dinner, with family, friends or on your own, entree salads can be very handy and tasty. Here are some recipe ideas. Tossed Tuna Salad is nothing like the "sandwich tuna salad" you probably think of when you hear the words tuna salad. The other recipe is for a Scallop Spinach salad.
The Power Of A Little Rocket
Posted by Stephen Swire. Published on Jul 21, 2009
An article on the herb, Rocket, better known as Arugula (Eruca Sativa)or Rucola, the many uses in cuisine, mainly salads, and its healty benefits. Go to page: