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 5 tips for making and serving a better party salad
5 tips for making and serving a better party salad

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Why don't we make salads the center of our party table? It seems like an obvious idea once you get to thinking about it — especially in spring when the season is gifting us with tender greens, edible flowers, and ripe berries. But salads are too often sidekicks rather than scene-stealers when it comes to party food. Are we worried they will seem fussy? Or perhaps too insubstantial? All that is easily remedied with a little forethought and the right balance of flavors, textures, and ingredients, plus a little strategy for serving.
So, how do you make and serve a party salad that your guests will crave? My five tips for making a salad will have your friends and family begging for a recipe — or at least asking you to bring the salad next time too!
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recipe: the ultimate spring party salad

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Take this as advice from someone who dares to bring salad to a pizza and ice cream party: Your next party needs this stunning salad, because it satisfies everyone's craving for something green on their plate while being darn delicious too.
It includes everything you expect from a spring salad, like tender baby kale and arugula, fresh blueberries, salty pistachios, briny feta cheese, and hello, edible flowers! But let's talk about the real brains of this beauty — the easiest blush-vinaigrette, a clever mix of honey and red wine vinegar dressing with the sweetest pink hue and a deliciously balanced flavor.
Get ready because once you bring this salad to a party, everyone will be expecting it at the next book club/baby shower/pizza party and you'll be invited

recipe: layered cobb salad | kitchn

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Take this salad to a potluck and it will be the talk of the table. It has the familiarity of a classic Cobb salad, balancing the leafy greens and tomatoes with can't-miss ingredients like crispy bacon, hard-boiled eggs, blue cheese, and a zippy red wine vinaigrette, along with a fun twist that keeps it feeling fresh. I like to consider it the trifle of the salad world. Like the dessert, you'll make this salad again and again because it's a crowd favorite that's easy to pull together.
Choose Your Serving Dish Wisely for Layered Cobbs
This is a big salad, so in addition to using a large serving dish, you also want one that can really show off all those layers of greens, tomatoes, bacon, eggs, chicken, and cheese. A layered Cobb salad is best served in a glas

recipe: chopped bbq chicken salad

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I have to be honest — I never quite understood what all the fuss was about when it came to classic chopped salad. It doesn't excite me. This version, however, is in a league all its own with tender chunks of BBQ chicken, crisp fresh corn, crunchy cabbage, and a tangy ranch dressing that ties it all together. It's packed with flavor, makes enough to serve a crowd, and is definitely worth making a fuss about.
(Image credit: Joe Lingeman)A Sturdy Base Helps This Salad Last
While crunchy romaine has its time and place, this summer potluck salad isn't it. Instead it relies on shredded red cabbage for the base. It's a sturdy salad base that keeps its crunch long after it's assembled and can reliably stand the test of time without wilting.
You can make this sala

5 mistakes to avoid when making pasta salad

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Pasta salad, when assembled correctly, is sublime. A great pasta salad is the star of any backyard barbecue or picnic potluck. All too often, though, it is subject to mediocrity, thanks to too much mayo, squishy pasta, and not enough salt. Don't make these common mistakes! Let this be the year you master the perfect pasta salad.
1. Using the wrong pasta.
The wrong pasta type or size can make pasta salad soggy, slimy, or just plain hard to eat. Fresh noodles won't survive the heavy dressing or the trip from cooking to cooling. Likewise, some shapes stick together or don't dress well. Even the ubiquitous elbow shape can do more harm than good in the salad.
Use dry pasta in small shapes: Pick a small shape about the size of a quarter or smaller. Farfalle, f

this is the most popular salad dressing recipe on pinterest

The best thing you can do for your salad is to ditch the bottled dressing. I'm not saying that bottled dressing can't be delicious — and it does have a place in the kitchen — but making your own dressing is just so easy and inexpensive, why would you even bother with the store-bought stuff? All you really need is some oil, vinegar, and salt to make a great salad dressing.
Ready for an upgrade on a simple recipe? Or want to branch out and try something new? I have just the thing. Pinterest recently told me their most popular salad dressing on their platform and you should probably try to make it. The photo itself on Pinterest is pretty ugly, but don't let that deter you.
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The most popular salad dressing recipe on Pinterest is this "famous Japanese restaurant-st

8 tips for throwing a homemade pizza party

Pizza party! It's like Chuck-E-Cheese for adults — only better! And without Skee-Ball! Okay, it's completely different. But still a great idea for a party. Cooking one pie at a time in the oven, however, is hard when you're feeding a crowd. We held a pizza party for eight, and here are the top lessons we learned.
1. Make the dough at least a day before.
Have it finished and ready to go. That means your only pre-party prep is getting the toppings ready and making a salad. How much to make? Most homemade pizzas fall in the 10- to 14-inch range, which should feed two people. So figure on one pizza per couple. We made four pies for eight people and everyone was full.
The Only Dough Recipes You'll Need2. Have all topping ingredients chopped and divided.
You're going to be making these piz

recipe: mango and papaya fruit salad

Have you ever been subjected to "filler fruit" in a fruit salad? This wasn't even a term I was aware of until a friend who served a truly gorgeous fruit salad at a brunch a while ago used the term to note the absence of melon and banana.
Now, I know some people like these fruits in their salad, but I'm going to go out on a limb here and say, for the most part, that bananas and cantaloupe are the least desirable additions to the whole of it. So now, when I come back to this minimalist fruit salad of papaya and mango tossed in a honey-lime dressing with a hint of mint, I know it's better for being super simple with not a filler fruit in sight.
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This fruit salad is pretty straightforward, a quality that serves it well since you're able to taste both the unique

this is the top salad recipe on pinterest

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Long gone are the days of the boring lunch salad. Sad iceberg lettuce with watery tomatoes and shredded carrots are an insult to the medium. You deserve more than that, and so does salad's reputation. When you do a salad right, it should be hearty, varied in texture, and combine delicious (and maybe unexpected) flavors. You should be excited about eating it for lunch or dinner (and maybe even breakfast!).
If you're looking for salad inspiration, I have just the thing for you. I've found the top salad recipe on Pinterest, and it sounds absolutely delicious. Have you tried it?
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The most popular salad recipe on Pinterest right now is this cucumber tomato avocado salad from Natasha's Kitchen. It has been saved over 200,00

how to make the best pasta salad without mayo

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I have to admit an unpopular opinion: I am just not into mayonnaise-based summer salads. When it is hot out, I want to eat light and refreshing salads, not thick and creamy ones. So when I say this is the best pasta salad ever, it's with that opinion in mind. But a mayo-free pasta salad can still come with a degree of creaminess. In this case it's by way of an olive oil-rich vinaigrette and a sprinkling of flavorful soft cheese.
Start by choosing the right pasta for the job, making an oil-based dressing, and adding some personal flair with a number of optional add-ins. Learn how to make your new favorite pasta salad right here, right now.
(Image credit: Joe Lingeman) The Best Pasta for Pasta Salad
The best pasta for pasta salad isn't actually elbow macaro

17 salads to round out pizza night

We're big proponents of making pizza night a regular occurrence in our weekly meal plan. Whether we're going the homemade route or ordering from our favorite spot, it's a meal that we always look forward to, especially when it falls on a Friday night.
But to truly make a pizza pie worthy of dinner, round out that meal with a light and hearty salad. From a lemony green salad with pepitas and radicchio, to a tomato-chickpea salad, you could go week after week trying something new. So before your next pizza night, add one of these fresh options to the meal plan. They're on the easy side, so you'll still feel like it's a night off from the kitchen.
Salads Full of Leafy Greens
These are the bright leafy green salads that balance pizza night with a pop of freshness.
Bar Tartine's Chicory Sa

how to get kids to use salad bars in public schools

IMAGE: A child chooses food from a salad bar.
view more Credit: Nate Edwards/BYU PhotoThanks to a national initiative, salad bars are showing up in public schools across the country. Now a Brigham Young University researcher is trying to nail down how to get kids to eat from them. BYU health sciences professor Lori Spruance studies the impact of salad bars in public schools and has found one helpful tip: teens are more likely to use salad bars if they're exposed to good, old-fashioned marketing. Students at schools with higher salad bar marketing are nearly three times as likely to use them."Children and adolescents in the United States do not consume the nationally recommended levels of fruits and vegetables," Spruance said. "Evidence suggests that salad bars in schools can make a big d

make your own luck with this cute tray for st. patrick's day

The party problem: You want a cute, festive decoration for your St. Patrick's Day party, but you don't have a ton of time — or crafting ability.
The party trick: Get a bunch of pennies and line them up on a tray.
Looking for a quick and easy decoration for St. Patrick's Day? Perhaps you'd be interested in making your own luck with this penny-lined serving tray?
Just get a tray — we love this mint one because mint and copper are, well, très chic right now — and a bunch of pennies. (If you don't have a ton on hand at home, you can go to the bank to exchange some dollars for pennies. The teller will most likely be ecstatic to help because no one ever wants pennies! Poor pennies.) Then, add the pennies to the tray. You can dump them in at random and let them fall into place, or line them up

recipe: bacon-lovers' potato salad | kitchn

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As many variations of potato salad as there are out there, it's hard to beat the classic combination of smoky bacon and tender potatoes. In this tangy German-inspired potato salad, there's bacon-y goodness infused into every single bite. For all you bacon-lovers out there, this recipe should be at the top of your list the next time a side of potato salad is needed to go next to some fried chicken, burgers, hot dogs, or barbecued ribs.
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This potato salad gets all its flavor from bacon. The smoky fat is rendered out of the bacon as it browns, and it's the perfect base to use in a vinaigrette instead of oil. Whisk in some apple cider vinegar, a dollop of Dijon mustard, and some fresh scallions, and you've got a tasty dressing tha

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Maybe we've been watching too many red-carpet specials (to be fair, it is awards show season), but we can't get enough sparkly, shiny gold stuff. Gold salad servers? Sure! A gold crock to hold those salad servers? Duh! Gold lettuce? Why isn't there gold lettuce?
Gold is always fun — and it's especially fun for birthday festivities. You could show a little restraint with a touch of gold here and touch of gold there. Or you could add all the gold. You can't really lose either way.
Luckily, there's no shortage of glitzy party supplies and decorations available. Is your birthday coming up? Go for the gold with these ideas.
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recipe: broccoli and cauliflower `coleslaw`

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Bringing a side dish to cookouts (and really any potluck) always feels a little bit like Thanksgiving dinner for me. I'm itching to go off-script, to prepare something new, exciting, and adventurous, while the rest of the family wants nothing but the classics. This slaw is the compromise where everybody wins. It ditches the standard shredded cabbage for a duo of crunchy chopped florets for a fresh spin. It's an instant hit with this broccoli- and cauliflower-loving crowd! The creamy tang of the lightened-up classic dressing will satisfy even the most ardent coleslaw devotees.
(Image credit: Joe Lingeman) The New Everyday "Slaw"
Consider this ultra-crunchy salad the everyday slaw you'll want as a side from now through the end of summer, and beyond. It harne

18 salads to make for dinner tonight

Craving something light, wholesome, and totally fresh for dinner? It's time to throw salad night into your weekly meal plan. Wedge it between Taco Tuesday and pasta night and you've got a guaranteed beacon of freshness in the middle of the week.
When you're making salad for dinner, you need something that will fill you up and keep you satisfied, so you won't find any wimpy salads here. From a vegetarian kale taco salad, to a protein-rich chopped chickpea salad, to a Thai-inspired steak number, here are 18 meal-worthy salads to add to your dinner rotation right now.
All-Veggie Salads
Let these salads show you the most delicious ways to eat a big bowl full of veggies for dinner. Each one goes way beyond leafy greens to include a mix of ingredients that will leave you feeling totally sati

how to make a swedish spring salad with an exotic twist

Exotic salad with edamame beans and papaya. Foto: John Duxbury
Sun is shining, birds are singing – the perfect time to try this fresh and fruity salad recipe by Swedish food writer John Duxbury.
Salads are very popular in Sweden, including as an accompaniment to hot food, and Swedes tend to eat salad more often than cooked vegetables. It is also quite common to include fruit such as raspberries, blueberries and strawberries in salads. In this case papaya and soya beans are added to mixed lettuce.
Edamame beans are small immature Japanese soya beans. They are usually served slightly salted as a side dish in Japanese restaurants. In the UK you can usually find them sold in tubs next to sushi dishes. In the US they are often sold in frozen food section of grocery stores.   Summary

what are russian piping tips?

If you find yourself wasting minutes of the day pining over all the beautifully decorated cakes filling up your Pinterest feed, like I all too often do, I am here to share great news: You can make cakes like that too! There is no need for countless online video tutorials learning the intricacies of making buttercream flowers using traditional piping tips — Russian piping tips have your back. These unique decorating tips allow you to top your next cake or cupcakes with seriously beautiful buttercream flowers with little to no effort. They're the little cake decorating secret everyone needs to know about.
(Image credit: amazon) What Are Russian Piping Tips?
Why these piping tips are called "Russian" is a bit unclear — they don't actually seem to have origins in the country. That doesn't m

the most popular potato salad recipe on pinterest

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As we head into grilling, potluck, and picnic season, it's time to dust off all those tried-and-true recipes you've been missing for the last eight months or so. You need your burgers, your hot dogs, your pasta salads, your grilled pizza, and, of course, a killer potato salad. The potato salad I grew up with was heavy on the potato and mayonnaise. It was delicious, but maybe not the healthiest of options. It's also a little bit of a bummer because there are so many delicious in-season vegetables that don't usually make it into this summer staple.
Well, Pinterest has some news for you. The most popular potato salad on the platform is chock-full of delicious summer vegetables and you need to try it ASAP.
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The most pop

recipe: tex-mex quinoa salad | kitchn

You're going to want to keep this salad firmly planted in your summer meal plan rotation and at the ready for all of your picnics and potlucks. It is what I consider a multi-purpose, do-it-all salad — one that everyone can eat. It gets its bulk from protein-rich pantry staples like quinoa and beans, and picks up freshness, crunch, and color from a medley of veggies before it's tied together with a zippy chile-lime dressing. You can count on it to hold its own as the main course or a side that pairs with all your summer favorites.
There's a special trick I always use when making quinoa that will be used for room-temperature or chilled salads. As soon as the grains are finished cooking, I spread them in a single layer on a large baking sheet, then pop it in the fridge to cool. Yes, it's one

recipe: honey mustard chicken tender salad

When I'm making a salad, I typically focus on the lettuce base and carefully selected add-ins, then dress them with a basic vinaigrette. While the dressing is always good, it's not the star by any stretch. This honey mustard dressing, though? It's the reason to make salad in the first place. Don't get me wrong — I love the flavors and textures that make up this chicken tender salad, but it's the honey mustard dressing that makes it worthy of sharing. Sweet and tangy, it coats every inch of this salad with its lively flavor.
Take Advantage of the Shortcuts
While the super-speedy homemade honey mustard dressing is the heart of the salad, it's the store-bought chicken tenders that make it a meal. There are so many great options for frozen prepared food in grocery stores these days, and chi

recipe: vegetarian chopped chickpea salad

If your goal is to make a filling salad for dinner that won't leave you reaching for frozen pizza an hour later, then you need to make sure protein-packed chickpeas are front and center. With a chameleon-like ability to adapt to whatever flavors that surround it, this legume can be combined with any number of fresh greens and veggies for a wholesome, nourishing salad designed for dinner satisfaction.
Your Template for Chopped Chickpea Salad
Inspired by easy-to-eat chopped salad, this version is the best dinner salad to keep in your meal plan rotation. In a departure from your standard green salad with a big base of lettuce, this one uses leafy greens as a supporting ingredient and leans on chickpeas as the base. Since they're packed with protein and fiber, we find they automatically mak

give your memorial day menu a kick with this zesty pasta salad

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Memorial Day is on the horizon, and with it comes the unofficial start of grilling season. If you panic every year about what to bring to the many potlucks and backyard barbecues of summer, I've got just the dish for you. This pasta salad is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser, and it's got major make-ahead potential. Let it be your signature side dish all summer long.
At almost every barbecue you'll find the same ol' pasta salad — one that evokes fond childhood memories, but is actually pretty bland when you go to taste it. This recipe takes that traditional pasta salad and kicks it up a notch.
With tubetti (little tube pasta), mayonnaise, and crunchy veggies, this pasta salad still has enough notes of the classic to fuel your nostalgia. But thanks to i

the fastest pasta salad comes from the freezer

Keep a bag of frozen tortellini tucked away in your freezer and you can rest easy knowing that a quick meal is always at the ready. This series on fast tortellini dinners will show you how to transform frozen tortellini into dinner using pantry staples and a few surprising techniques. Pasta sauce is just the beginning!
Family get-together coming up this weekend and you need to bring something everyone will eat? Pasta salad. Need a fast, but fresh dinner between work and soccer practice? Pasta salad. Pasta salad solves problems with its ease and straightforwardness, but we like to take it a step further by leaning on cheese tortellini to make it a little more substantial. From there, it's just a matter of adding veggies, cheese, meats, and dressing.
In this version, we're keeping things

tips of the week: wire tunnels, paint as glue, and the big gulp syndrome

Another week, another collection of hopefully useful tips and tricks. Let me know what you think of the tips column in the comments. Have you put any of the tips to use? How did that go? Do you have any desires for tips in areas of making that I’m currently not covering? And, as always, please share your tips in the comments below and they may make it into a future column.Making an Underground Wire TunnelI ran into this video on YouTube years ago and was happy to learn something that I’d always wondered about: How do you run cabling under driveways, walkways, and the like. Here’s how.World’s Simplest Box JigIn this video tutorial, Steve Ramsey walks you through the creation of an incredibly simple jig for cutting box joints. Steve always does such a great job patiently providing clear inst

the fast trick to turn any salad into dinner

Let's face it — a simple salad just isn't enough for dinner. (People tend to complain.) So when you're looking to turn those last bits of spinach, half a cucumber, and a few chopped radishes into a dinner-ready meal, here's a trick: Reach for that bag of frozen tortellini.
This brilliant shortcut transforms the last bits of the crisper drawer into a dinner you can make for one or scale up to feed four or more. Here's how!
What Tortellini Can Do for Your Salad
Sometimes a plate of vegetables just isn't enough to satisfy for supper, but, at the same time, you're not quite in the mood for a carb-fest in the form of a big bowl of pasta.
This is how you have it all! Tossing cooked tortellini with the salad of your choosing makes it feel and taste hearty enough to call it dinner, yet it sti

10 times ground turkey saved dinner

Leaner than and often the same price (and sometimes even less expensive) as ground beef, ground turkey is the versatile staple that makes getting a filling dinner on the table easier. We love to keep it stashed in the freezer to give dinner a quick and easy protein-packed boost. From slow-cooked sloppy joes and hearty bolognese, to juicy burgers and a protein-packed taco salad, we're sharing 10 ways ground turkey can help you answer the question of what's for dinner.
Tips for Cooking with Ground Turkey
Remember that fat equals flavor. And since ground turkey is more lean than its ground beef counterpart, it can require a little more TLC to harness the big flavor you're after. Here are a few tips to help you out along the way (and what to avoid).
Quick Turkey Meatballs Over Greens

recipe: chinese chicken salad spring rolls

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Spring rolls are one of my favorite foods. They've got just the perfect blend of vegetables, noodles, and protein, all wrapped up together in a soft, chewy rice paper roll. Plus, anything that comes with a dipping sauce gets a thumbs-up from me. Here, I take the ingredients for Chinese chicken salad and stuff them into colorful, fresh rolls that are perfect for spring.
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Chinese chicken salad is really an American dish. I love it for the mix of crunchy cabbage, cooling cucumber, juicy chicken, and sweet Mandarin oranges. It also has those crunchy chow mein noodles that come in a can, which is a kitschy but non-negotiable ingredient in my favorite Chinese chicken salads.
The dipping sauce for these rolls is a sweet-savory mixtu

how to make the best diner-style greek salad

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Greek salad is a well-loved classic for many reasons. Its bright hue, the refreshing crisp of cucumber and chopped romaine, meaty tomatoes, briny olive, and creamy feta wrapped in an herby vinaigrette is darn hard to beat, even with the best chopped salads.
While I love the salad at our local Greek restaurant, I'd argue that a diner-style Greek salad is the kind of recipe we should all master at home. The ingredients are a balance of fresh vegetables, but studded with enough feta and olive to make every single bite interesting. It makes even off-season tomatoes taste better and can serve as the main course for an easy weeknight dinner or as a side kick to grilled chicken or a dinner of hummus and pita bread.
Here is everything you need to know — from which f

recipe: how to make a sweden-inspired colourful couscous salad

Fruity couscous salad with beetroot. Photo: John Duxbury/Swedish Food
Couscous, fruit and beetroot combine in this colourful salad from Swedish food writer John Duxbury.
Swedes are great lovers of salads and make a considerable use of beetroot (beets) as they grow well in Sweden. In recent years they have also started to use couscous a lot, something that goes well with beetroot, and which now often features in Swedish salads.
Another feature about Swedish salads is that they often use fruit, sometimes just for added colour, but here the figs are a key ingredient.Summary
Serves 8
Preparation: 10 Minutes
Cooking: 40 Minutes
Based on a recipe published by ICA in SwedenTips
•  Use pearl couscous if you can as it looks better and adds a bit of bite to the salad. Pearl couscous

5 ways to buy a cheaper lunch

In a perfect world, we'd all pack healthy, filling, satisfying meals for the office every day. But that's easier said than done. Maybe you spent the weekend taking care of chores and didn't have any time for meal planning. Or maybe (hopefully!) you had way too much fun this weekend and didn't do any chores, let alone think about what you were going to eat for lunch.
The good news is that on the days when you have to buy your lunch, you don't have to break the bank. Just follow these smart tips for fueling up on the cheap.
1. Just say no to extras.
That guacamole at Chipotle is extra and you know what? You don't really need it. You'll probably love your Chipotle just as much without it, thanks to all that free cheese, sour cream, and pico de gallo. This same line of thinking goes for yo

25 delicious lettuce-free summer salads

I have nothing against lettuce. Lettuce is great! But come summertime, when there's such an abundance of produce, I find myself steering away from my usual green bowl. I want something a bit more colorful and it's hard not to fill salads with tomatoes, eggplant, corn, zucchini, and more when they are at their freshest.
Here are 25 salads with not a leaf of romaine or mesclun in sight.
Mixed Summer Vegetable (and Fruit) Salads
Make summer vegetables your base — or reach for fruits like watermelon and cantaloupe. Combining these not-too-sweet fruits with savory ingredients can result in a great summer salad.
Tomato Salad with Red Onion, Dill, and Feta(Image credit: Faith Durand)Tomato Salads
When tomatoes are in season, we just want to eat as many of them as possible. These salads fea

recipe: cold sesame chicken and noodle salad

I have a radical idea that will shake things up, turns some heads, and wow tastebuds all around at your next cookout: Pass on the pasta salad in favor of this sesame noodle number. It's inspired by the noodle bowls I love for make-ahead lunches and easy dinners, but it goes bigger. Chewy rice noodles are right at home in this cold summer salad for a crowd, bolstered by fresh veggies, tender strips of chicken, and a creamy sesame-ginger dressing that clings to every last bite. It's quick and easy to pull together and totally satisfying without being too heavy.
When making this recipe, I want you to take what you know about preparing pasta and noodles and forget it for a while. After the rice noodles are finished cooking, you'll want to thoroughly rinse the noodles immediately. Let the cool

13 grain salads to prep on sunday and eat all week long

Make one big batch of a grain salad on Sunday and you're already off to better eating for the week. They're a wholesome side dish next to meat or fish and can also hold their own for dinner with the right mix of add-ins. When you're in search of a light vegetarian main, grain salads are the answer. They're also one of the smartest, easiest ways to make lunch for the week.
You'll need a few recipes to put into regular rotation, so we created a list of our favorites. From a meaty chicken and rice combination inspired by Ottolenghi to a mix containing brown rice, nuts, and apples, you can go as fancy or fuss-free as you need.
(Image credit: Kimberley Hasselbrink)
Caramelized onions add sweetness to this Mediterranean-inspired grain salad that's made extra fragrant, thanks to lots of chopp

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