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PurplePandora
Apr 27, 2016
Orinoco, that sounds like a delicious lunch. We often cut up cold potatoes in our salad. Delicious.
jiggler
Nov 6, 2014
Mmm - yes please, that looks delicious!
orinoco
Nov 21, 2015
It does, doesn't it? I might add a few cold new potatoes and open a tin of tuna, or cut up some ham. Full meal!
chuch49
Nov 22, 2015
Oh dont forget the pitta
JamieT
Mar 2, 2015
This looks good - I could see following this with all sorts of Mediterranean foods - hummus, lamb or chicken, etc.
SANTACLAUS
Dec 19, 2014
Wow what a lovely salad this one looks, could do with this at the moment seem to be bulging out in all the wrong plcves, and being xmas this does not help.
pixipixil
Nov 5, 2014
Perky little salad. Add anchovies and a nice Italian dressing plus some buttered Italian bread and I'm in.
We have begun our winter doldrums weather where the sky is grey even when it doesn't rain. Soo wishing you ways to perk up grey days--like the colors in this puzzle for example.
Rozina1010
Nov 5, 2014
I would rather have sardines or kippers than anchovies. We also have some drab skies here and winter is not far behind seems like.
pixipixil
Nov 5, 2014
I like sardines on rye with mayo, and anchovies.
Sprinkle some pepper, too. Then have a V8 with a bit of lime juice and you have a perfect Lenten repast.
Rozina1010
Nov 5, 2014
NO, NO, and NO I would not could not eat anchovies and would rather try green eggs with ham. Just don't like them and that means there is MORE for you.
trynfindit
Nov 5, 2014
LOL. There's more for both of you; I can't abide sardines OR anchovies (a/k/a fuzzy fish).
pixipixil
Nov 5, 2014
Well, Rozina--that's one of those foods some folks love and others hate and no in between. Tell you what--give me your anchovies and the next time there's asparagus I'll gladly give you mine.
Rozina1010
Nov 6, 2014
Ha-ha-ha I also don't particularly like asparagus. How do you feel about broccolli crowns and cauliflower??? I love them. Fuzzy fish, huh? I like that one! trynfindit.
pixipixil
Nov 7, 2014
I like broccoli but not so much cauliflower. There aren't many veggies I like and even the ones I do I like a sauce of some kind--salad dressing will do--on them. I don't like most fish either. Atlantic salmon with teriyaki sauce I do enjoy. I once had snapper in a restaurant in Carmel that was yummy but otherwise no. When we lived on a river and caught fish my husband ate most of it--usually brook trout--but I did like the bass.
Rozina1010
Nov 7, 2014
What about crab cakes? I loved to put mayo on my fish stix with fries when I was a kid.
pixipixil
Nov 7, 2014
Tartar sauce for me and yes I love crab cakes. I liked fish sticks but not a lot. I used to like shrimp but I seem to have lost my taste for them.
ginaSalonica
Nov 5, 2014
This is not the traditional recipe of Greek salad, but I would eat it anyway...yummy!!!
Rozina1010
Nov 5, 2014
I am curious what would be a REAL Greek Salad, Oh let me guess, Kalamata olives, Feta cheese, onion, tomato, any sprigs of parsley or mint? Other than Romaine what would you use as greens? Now tell me the real ingredients...Thanks! No I am not of Greek descent but love those dolmatkis, and galatakbouriko custard like desert.
ginaSalonica
Nov 5, 2014
The traditional recipe is: olives, feta cheese, onion, tomato, cucumber, peppers and for the dressing: olive oil, salt and pepper (to your taste), dried oregano and lemon juice (or vinegar)...of course you can use this recipe as a basis and create your unique salad...
pixipixil
Nov 5, 2014
I LOVE Kalmata olives. They bear no taste resemblance to black olives for those who have not tried them.
ginaSalonica
Nov 6, 2014
Pixipixil I love olives, there are many types of black olives, and each type has different taste, but my favorite are Kalamata olives
pixipixil
Nov 7, 2014
I like them with my sandwiches instead of pickles.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Nov 6, 2014
This was quite challenging!!!
kjd3682
Nov 5, 2014
Salad - yum!! Feta - eww! :-)
elaineNH
Nov 5, 2014
Same here kjd3682...no Feta for me...and I like cheese just not Feta
Rozina1010
Nov 5, 2014
I'm with yeww on that too!
elaineNH
Nov 5, 2014
Ha ha ha...that is funny Rozina1010
kjd3682
Nov 6, 2014
I have a friend who likes Feta. I tell her that Feta and fetid sound so much alike, cuz they both mean rotten1 ;-)
Rozina1010
Nov 6, 2014
No I would not go that far. It is just for texture and taste I am NOT accustomed to eating feta and would rather have a grilled cheese or Swiss sandwich with this type of salad.
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