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#211 Sophie Cook

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 02:20 PM

Here's a photo of a recent watermelon salad I made. Perfect in Summer! 

You can read the recipe here.

 

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#212 Anna N

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 02:34 PM

I like salads and often like to include something like avocado, pickled roasted beets, palm hearts or canned or marinated artichoke hearts. The other day I made my version of chicken mei fun and opened a can of bamboo shoots which I do reluctantly because I usually end up throwing the rest of the can away a few days later. This time I drained the unused shoots and put them in a container with vinegar based salad dressing to cover. The next day I included them in the corn and tomato salad I brought to work for lunch. I love the texture and flavor and will not be throwing  them away again.
 
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Neat idea. Thanks for sharing. Going to file it away and hope I can retrieve it at the appropriate time.
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#213 Shelby

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 02:41 PM

Here's a photo of a recent watermelon salad I made. Perfect in Summer! 

You can read the recipe here.

 

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This looks delicious, Sophie!  I have a big, fat watermelon in the garden that is about ripe.  I will make this!