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Cold almond noodle salad

Cold noodle salads travel well; you don’t have to worry about them going limp, or leaving them out in the sun since they’re mayo-free.

Bacon & egg spinach salad with garlic toast

The garlic toast acts like a giant crouton; crumble it overtop or eat it a bite at a time.

Quinoa salad with roast chicken and mango

A cold roast chicken from the deli is delicious in this light yet filling salad.

Black bean & barley salad

This big black bean and barley salad is nutrient-dense and delicious - with a grainy base it's perfectly portable for a potluck or picnic.

Roasted beet salad with oranges, beet greens and goat cheese

If you're one of many who trim their beet greens and toss them into the compost bin, here's a delicious combination that makes a tasty and unique winter salad.

Kale and quinoa salad with cranberries and feta

This unique winter salad makes use of quinoa and kale, balanced with the sweetness of dried cranberries and salty nuggets of crumbled feta.

Roasted beet salad with wild rice, goat cheese and chickpeas

We love this salad at big meals, especially in fall. It’s wickedly healthy, and the colours are vibrant - saves the festive table from too many shades of brown!

Chopped Cobb Salad

Sometimes what turns kids off about a salad is the fact that everything is mixed together; a Cobb salad is arranged without being tossed. Crumbled blue cheese is traditional, but substitute any type of cheese your kids like. Drizzle with buttermilk, ranch or maple balsamic vinaigrette...

Leaf it to me. Salads kids actually like!

Do your kids leer at lettuce, cringe at cabbage? Try turning their heads with our fave salads. Pity the poor salad. It’s a staple on most dinner tables, but it’s often woefully neglected by kids who would opt out of eating their greens if given the choice. Fresh leafy...

Cobb Salad

First pulled together on a whim by Robert Cobb of the former Los Angeles Brown Derby restaurant when he needed to feed Sid Grauman late one night (1937). It was such a hit, movie stars started requesting ‘Cobb’s salad’, and soon its popularity spread. INGREDIENTS: ½ Head of romaine ½ Head of...

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