Food Fun and Facts - Salad Recipes

Salad Recipes

Chicken Salads
Hot Chicken Salad Recipe Included

Fruit Salads
All Types of Fruit Salads, including Jello with Fruit

Potato Salad Recipes
Plain to Fancy Potato Salad Recipes

Seafood Salads
Includes Crab Louis Salad

Turkey Salads
Leftover Turkey or Chicken Salads

Vegetable Salads
All Types of Hot and Cold Salads

Salad Dressing Recipes
Easy Recipes to Make your Own Salad Dressings



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Salad Bowl Recipe for 20 People
Make a Salad Bowl for 20 People

Salad Dressing Recipes
All Types of Easy Salad Dressing to Make

Vegetable Combinations
What Vegetables go well with each other


Vegetable Fun
Kids Crafts that Use Vegetables

Kids Salad Recipe
Salads that Kids will Like


Top 100 Cooking Sites





Small is beautiful, less is more; a salad a day--but not the supermarket way.

This compendium of practical methods for growing a wide variety of salads throughout the year will inspire you to grow your own, whether on a windowsill or a garden.

Here is all the information you need for productive, healthy and tasty salads.

Learn the subtleties of salad seasons and virtues of different leaves throughout the year.

And when your table is groaning with the abundance of your harvests, there are delicious and imaginative recipes from Susie, Charles' wife, exploiting the fantastic flavors, color and vitality of home-grown salad leaves.
Salad Leaves for All Seasons:
Organic Growing from Pot to Plot





How to Care for Wooden Salad bowls

When seasoning a new wooden salad bowl, always use Mineral Oil.

Do not use any other types of oil,  because the  other oils will turn the wood rancid.

And, after using your salad bowl,  just wipe clean with clean cloth.  

Never wash with soap and water.







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Calling All Parents: Eat Your Rutabagas!

Newswise — If parents load their own plates with leafy greens, juicy fruits, and colorful veggies, their children just may do the same, reports nutrition scientist Tanja V.E. Kral, PhD, of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.

“Parents serve as important role models for their children when it comes to healthy eating,” says Dr. Kral. “Watching a parent eat initially disliked or novel foods, such as vegetables, can enhance a child’s preference for those foods.”

Besides modeling healthy eating behaviors, parents also decide what foods to make available to their children in the home. Making vegetables easily accessible can provide children with opportunities to try new foods and to repeatedly taste them, an important factor in adding healthful new foods to children’s diets, explains Dr. Kral, who studies childhood obesity.

“It is important to know that children’s innate taste preferences can be modified through repeated experiences with food,” says Dr. Kral. “Studies have shown that multiple exposures to the taste of initially disliked or novel foods can significantly increase children’s liking and acceptance of those foods, including vegetables.”

At the same time, says Dr. Kral, children are born with a predisposition to prefer foods that are sweet and to reject foods that are sour and bitter, which may explain in part why children often prefer fruits over vegetables.

In her 2010 study, published in the journal “Obesity,” Dr. Kral was the first to test the effects of increasing the amount of fruits and vegetables served at a meal on young children’s intake. The findings demonstrate that when the portion size of a fruit side dish was increased, the children ate more of the fruit. The data also show that using portion size to promote children’s vegetable intake, however, is more challenging.

A diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables not only provides important nutrients for children, but also tends to be lower in energy density, notes Dr. Kral. Energy density refers to the amount of calories in a given portion of food. Foods that are high in energy density (such as chips and candy) pack many calories in a small weight, while a food that is low in energy density packs fewer calories for the same weight. Foods that are low in energy density and rich in nutrients, such as fruits, salads, soups, and cooked grains, allow children to eat satisfying portions without ingesting too many calories.

“Making a variety of healthful foods available in the home and during meals is a good strategy to promote good nutrition in children,” says Dr. Kral. “But whether or not children decide to eat the healthful foods will likely also depend on what other competing foods are being made available.”

Released: 9/12/2011 3:50 PM EDT -Source: University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Joy McIntyre-Director of Communications
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing -215.898.5074--joymc@nursing.upenn.edu




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Nineteenth Century American Women
Information, Recipes, Household Hitns, and Books about 19th Century American Women and Families

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Old Advertising information including Trade Cards and Links to Good Books about collecting old advertisment items

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Parenting Tips
Tips for Parents of Kids of all ages

Pet Goodies for Dogs & Cats
Make Your Own Dog and Cat Food, plus Dog and Cat Care and Fun with Pets

Recipes from the 1800's
100 Year Old Recipes and Household Hints for you to try

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Helpful Sewing and Knitting Tips for the beginning sewer

Thanksgiving Recipes
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Fruit and Yogurt Elbow Salad:
Fresh fruit, Greek yogurt and honey are combined with pasta .
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Allergy Recipes
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Army Air Corp Photos WWII
World War 2 Photos of B17's and Information about the Army Air Corp

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Beverages
Recipes for all types of drinks
Include Old Remedy for curing drinking too much alcohol

Book Care and Repair
Learn how to clean and repair books

Children's Recipes
Easy Kids Recipes to Make with your Kids

Chinese New Year
Information about Chinese New Year and Chinese New Year Recipes

Christmas Entertaining Recipes
Christmas Recipes, Menu's for Christmas and Information for Entertaining at Christmas

Cookbook Reviews
Read reviews on Cookbooks published in the past ten years

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Great Foodie Sites and Related Food and Cooking sites

Cooking for a Large Group
Recipes and Information on Cooking for groups of 25-100 People

Cooking Tips
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Creative Holiday Cooking
Learn how to entertain and cook for fancy holiday affairs

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Culinary History
History of Food and Food History Time Line

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Easy Recipes

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Entertaining Tips and Recipes
More Tips on Entertaining at home

Fun with Food
Fun with Food ,Fun Facts and Food Games

Food Trivia
Great Fun with Food Trivia and Food Trivia Games

Halloween Fun
Recipes for Halloween and Halloween Fun Ideas

Herbal Remedies
Old Time Herbal Remedies for Home Use

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Information on how to use herbs and spices

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Kids Crafts and Recipes
Easy Children's Crafts for Kids

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Memorial Day Information
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