Brown Rice Salad with Cumin-Lime Vinaigrette

A truly enjoyable sponsored recipe post I recently did for Riceland Foods is this Brown Rice Salad with Cumin-Lime Vinaigrette. It’s delicious with any grilled meats, but we also like

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Southwestern Warm Chopped Salad

I have a couple of secrets I need to tell you. I just might be a little addicted to this Southwestern Warm Chopped Salad. It just might be one of

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Freekeh and Garbanzo Salad

I came across this idea while working on a THV11 This morning segment on Ancient Grains and knew it would be one I would definitely want to try. Freekeh is

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Classic Tabbouleh Salad

A classic tabbouleh (also spelled tabouleh) salad is made with bulgur wheat which is actually cracked wheat. Truly, it is more of a lemony herb salad than a grain salad

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Hearty Chicken Greek Salad with Feta Vinagrette

What’s the greatest invention of this century? No. Not the cell phone. Although, it has changed our world, hasn’t it. Now you can NEVER get away from your job. Or

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Blueberry, Strawberry and Chicken Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette

Spring has finally arrived (I hope!) in Arkansas. Our strawberries are just finding their way into the local markets, and they’ll be finding their way into lots of dishes at

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New Orleans Muffuletta Pasta Salad

Mardi Gras may be over for 2017, but we can still celebrate the food, can’t we? I call this New Orleans Muffuletta Pasta Salad since the word “muffuletta” is synonymous

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Creole Linguine with Shrimp and Crawfish

You’re gonna’ love this Creole Linguine with Shrimp and Crawfish that I brought to THV11 This Morning for our Mardi Gras celebration. It’s spicy, but not too much. It’s creamy,

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Smoked Salmon over Cauliflower Rice Salad {Low Carb}

By now you know my love affair with cauliflower. I love it with a mustardy frosting.  I love it diced in a pilaf. Roasted, toasted, smashed or mashed–you’ll find cauliflower

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Kitchen Sink Chopped Kale Salad

Everything but the  kitchen sink. Ever heard that before? When I used to ask my Nonnie what ingredients she included in her famous chicken and dressing or her as famous

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