Sounds like you have a green salad on your hands....use your lettuce, chopped or slivered red onion, chopped walnuts and add chopped apples or pears, and a crumbled cheese like feta or goat (goat would be better). Serve with a good vinaigrette (something fruity). TIP: soak your apples in a bowl of cold water with a t. of lemon (or lime) juice for a few minutes, then drain and use - prevents discoloration. And, if you don't have any apples on hand, try a dried fruit as a replacement :)Hope that helps! Enjoy your party :)
I was thinking of the same thing. Add some sliced strawberries and some crumbled feta, and toss with poppy seed dressing. And then bring it to my house.
Thanks ladies!Esther, you make me laugh!
Those are great ideas (above). That picture of the bowl of Texas Caviar is making my mouth water, though! Recipe, please?
I'm with Esther. I think there's a salad at Mimi's that has your ingredients with feta and sliced strawberries and a vinegrette. It's one of my favorites.And you're killing me with the TX Caviar girl! Might have to whip up a batch this afternoon! Yum-O!
Beth, here is the link for where I got the recipe:http://mycharmingkids.net/2009/10/texas-caviar/I love it! Enjoy!
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That salad looked yummy!
Ooh I love texas caviar! But my family's favorite is a good old oil and vinegar salad. They like to keep it simple, but I love adding avocado, baby corn, and banana peppers. Mmmmm...
What are your thoughts?