Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Post-Market Giveaway Week



So what if I didn't go to market? So what if I didn't get this post up until halfway through the week? I've been having way too much fun entering giveaways over on Sew Mama Sew and reading new blogs and I couldn't think of a good reason not to join in with a giveaway of my own.

To all new readers - welcome! Here at the haven you will find stories of my designing escapades, ramblings on my girls, and maybe a photo of Jamie Fraser or two. Quilt police need not apply.

Back in March, when my baby "Quite Contrary" was on the cover of Quilter's World, I for some reason could not pass a newsstand where it was displayed without buying a copy. Or three. I now have so many lying around that I worry that if I were to meet some horrible untimely demise, whomever had to go through my studio would be all "Wow. Egotistical much?" and we really can't have that. So I am giving away a copy of the magazine, plus three 1/3 yards to get you 3/14ths on the way to making your very own QC.



The fabrics are, top to bottom, a Kaffe Fasset lime/blue floral print, a lime batik, and a lime dot. All are 100% cotton quilt shop quality fabrics purchased at my favorite LQS, Bunkhouse Quilt Shop in Lyndeboro NH. Using these would mean you would be making the quilt in limes rather than teals. I promise it will be gorgeous.

Two ways to enter:

Way #1 - (required) Please comment by telling me your favorite summer salad. I despise heat and and the less I have to cook dinner from June to September the better.

Way #2 - (optional) Become a follower of QHH or tell me you already are for an extra entry.

Winner will be drawn Monday May 28 at 9:00 am. Please be sure that if you are a no-reply blogger you leave your email in your comment so that I have a way to contact you!

***UPDATE ON DRAWING TIME: I failed to consider my daughters' roles in the Memorial Day parade when I stated the drawing would happen Monday at 9:00am. Since the Brownie troop banner won't march itself down Main Street, I am instead going to draw the winner at 9:00PM on Sunday, May 27. So we'll have a winner 12 hours earlier. I hope this does not upset anyone who had put the drawing in their Outlook calendar and now has to change it.***

Good luck, and be sure to check out all the other cool giveaways!

183 comments:

Lisa Marie said...

Green salad topped with grilled chicken, fresh fruit, sliced almonds and raspberry vinaigrette dressing. Yum! Your quilt looks lovely on the magazine cover and the green fabrics are fabulous! Thanks for the chance to win.

judabelle said...

Love my mom's recipe fr potato salad - plenty of celery, a little minced onion, and mix in the dressing while the spuds are still a little bit warm.Yum. Already a Hottie follower, but you knew that! Luv ya!

rebekah said...

I love the jalapeno cilantro slaw on Pioneer Woman's site. We just add grilled chicken to round out the meal.

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rebekah said...

I'm a subscriber.

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Jeana said...

I like a simple asian slaw -- chop cabbage, carrots, red pepper and cilantro. Toss with some sushi vinegar, toasted sesame oil and soy sauce. Easy peasy and SO delicious!

Joy said...

Pasta salad. You do have to boil the pasta, but then once the pasta is boiled and cooked, let it cool a little and just add mayo, a little pickle juice, some chopped dill pickles and carrots and celery. Then refrigerate it for a while! Super refreshing!!

Joy said...

I'm following you!!

Bonnie58 said...

I alternate between a basic ham and cheese pasta salad and a greek saled - depends on if I need extra protein that day or not..... Thanks for the oportunity

amber said...

I love taco salad, but then you would have to cook the meat, so i was not helpful. I do love a good brocoli salad.

Tricia said...

Fruit salad made with a box of vanilla pudding. So yummy!

usagypsy said...

I love a fresh green salad with pickens from the garden!

Emily said...

You could cook a bunch of chicken breast or thighs and chop themup and store them in the fridge for the week and make all kinds of yummy salads... I know that doesn't exactly answer your question though....

Shayla Sharp said...

My mom makes one with tiny macaroni, tuna fish, chopped pickles and cheese (some mayo and salt to taste). We like it and its pretty cheap to make!

Shayla Sharp said...

I'm a follower! And congrats on having your quilt on the front cover--that really is cool!

Victoria said...

I have never made a quilt that does not have lime green in it! Perfect prize. I am making lots of quinoa salad this summer but I also make a mean red skin potato salad with sour cream in the dressing. I am a vegetarian but bacon or ham in the potato sald would be great adn quinoq would blend well with chicken.

Kelsey said...

I love a good pasta salad with penne, mozzarella, grape tomatoes, and spices/oil/etc-- super tasty and super easy!

Kelsey said...

I've become a follower, too-- glad to have found your blog!

Laura said...

My favorite summer salad has to be fruit salad! I love summer fruit!

Melissa Palmer said...

Try this one! http://pinterest.com/pin/47147127319193285/

Looks delicious :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

melissajpalmer at yahoo dot com

Melissa Palmer said...

Following your blog :)

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Carla G said...

My favorite is greek salad and it's a favorite for my family too! Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Carla G said...

I'm a new follower via gfc! :)

Kristy @cottonaddiction said...

A simple green salad topped with bbq'd flank steak slices and balsamic dressing is one of my favorite salads.

Kristy @cottonaddiction said...

I'm following :)

Michelle Hudak said...

My nana makes a great chicken salad. Take a store-bought rotisserie chicken and pick off the meat. Mix two cups of Hellman's mayo, two tablespoons of lemon juice, 1/2 cup slivered almonds, 1 cup chopped celery and 1 teaspoon Accent with the chicken and put it in a 9x13 pan. You cover it with 2 cups of cheddar cheese and crushed potato chips to cover. You can serve it cold or warm it in the over for 20 minutes at 350 (or until the cheese is melted and the chips start to brown)

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Michelle Hudak said...

I'm a follower
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hueisei said...

Sorry, actually I'm not so good on making salad. I just know how to make fruits salad. Mix all your favorite fruits into a bowl, add raisins, olive and salad sauce. That's it! :)

Sue said...

Home made potato salad with any grilled meat off the bbq

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SHANA said...

I love egg salad, potato salad, and just a simple garden salad most.

SHANA said...

follower

Lisa Langford said...

favorite summer salad is craisin salad. It is Lettuce, italian cheeses, bacon, craisins, and almonds with an onion mustard dressing.

Jennie P. said...

I really love a ceasar salad with craisins. Yum!!

Gill said...

Cous cous with roasted vegetables!

Gill said...

I'm a new follower!

Sarah said...

Cubed cucumber and watermelon with feta, mint and lemon juice. Yum! (especially in summer). What a gorgeous looking quilt, thanks for the giveaway

Sarah said...

I'm a new follower!

Laura Ayres said...

Green salad with chilli chicken, yum :D or Peanut butter + Soy sauce salmon salad. :)

Jenelle said...

I like cold beet salad with goat cheese for a quick summer meal, although it may be hard to get kids to eat that! :) Thanks for the chance to win.

Pam said...

new potatoes, nearly hard boiled eggs
(minimal cooking) avacado pear diced, radish sliced in a light chilli mayo Yum

Emily C said...

Pasta salad is good, my favorite is potato with red potatos.

Dana Gaffney said...

In the summer all I want is Fresh Fruit Salad, yum, it's so cool and juicy. Thanks

Mandy said...

i love this material...lovely giveaway...ok...greek salad..yum....pkt of pre washed mixed lettuce, cherry tomatoes cut in half, lebonese cucumber, bit of low fat fetta, avocado, spanish onion, scatter some kalamata olives...yummo....

Mandy said...

also a follower...cheers...xxx

Deb said...

I love those green dots!! My favorite summer salad is called Colorful Corn Salad. Here it is:

Colorful Corn Salad

20 oz frozen corn, thawed
2 cups diced green pepper (I used 1)
2 cups diced red pepper (I used 1)
2 cups diced celery (I used 1)
1 cup minced fresh parsley
1 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup shredded Parmesan cheese (I omitted)
2 tsp cumin (I used less, 1 tsp)
1 1/2 tsp salt (I used less, 1/2+ tsp)
3/4 tsp pepper (I used less, 1/2 tsp)
1/2 tsp hot pepper sauce (I omitted)
1/8 tsp cayenne pepper
3 TBSP olive oil
2 garlic cloves, minced
6 TBSP lime or lemon juice

In a large bowl combine the first 12 ingredients. In a microwave safe dish combine oil and garlic. Microwave uncovered on high for 1 minute. Cool. Whisk in lime juice. Pour over the corn mixture and toss to coat. Cover and refrigerate until serving. 16 - 18 servings.

JustPam said...

I love potato salad-just about any version of it. Broccoli salad is great too.
I love those greens. I hope whoever wins posts a picture of the completed quilt!

JustPam said...

I am a new follower.

JLVerde said...

I'm a new follower.

JLVerde said...

I love macaroni salad. With shell noodles (elbows are ok in a pinch but shells hold more creamy dressing!).

Kathy H said...

Greens with any leftover beef or chicken. Especially if it is barbecued.

Kathy H said...

I am a new follower.

Heather said...

Couscous with grilled shrimp and vegetable! (find it on epicurious)

Courtneysews said...

I love pasta salad with italian dressing not mayo. Can put what ever veggies you have in the fridge in there!

Courtneysews said...

Now I'm a follower!

Amy said...

Fav summer salad has to be ceasar salad with grilled chicke OR grilled prawns on top, with a small slice of garlic bread. Yum!!

Wendy said...

I LOVE chicken ceasar salad and I also love feta salad with yoghurt dressing

SewLindaAnn said...

Fave summer salad is chicken breast cut up with a little mayo, dried cranberries, shredded carrot, a bit of honey, and toasted almonds. A croissant goes nicely with this and a thick wad of lettuce.

Debbie said...

I love having a cold chicken salad in the summer after a long hot day.

Catherine said...

I like spinach and strawberries drizzled with white peach vinagrette.

Thanks for the chance!

Sarah said...

there's a mediterranean orzo salad from Cooking Light that I make again and again. thanks for the giveaway!

blondie19012k said...

Grilled chicken and bacon with lettuce, peppers, tomato and whatever else sounds good thrown in too!

Kendra from missknittas studio said...

My favorite is cold soba noodle salad with veggies and chicken. We make it on hot days and it tastes even better the next day. I also have a great Thai slaw recipe, and I'd be happy to share either of the recipes with you :) Thanks so much for participating in Giveaway Day!

Ann Babillis said...

My favorite, because it is fast, cheap and the kids will also eat it?
Throw together your standard lettuce, veggies in the fridge salad and top it with a drained can of tuna, some slices of swiss cheese and a handful of sunflower seeds. Use a quick balsamic vinaigrette dressing of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, a bit of mustard, salt and 1/2 tsp sugar.
Now I am hungry and I love the lime colors of the fabric.

MC said...

I love lime, thanks for the chance! I also have a deep love for summer salads do it's hard to pick a favourite. How about spinach with strawberries, cantaloupe, pistachios, and big chunks of padano cheese? I would top this with a garlic balsamic & orange juice dressing.

Linda said...

Wow lots of great salad ideas here. I'd say a caesar salad and if you are ambitious added grilled chicken or a fruit salad. Thanks for the chance to win - I love your quilt and would like to make one too.

Valerie said...

I'm going to have to troll the comments and steal these great salad ideas! My favourite is baby spinach, strawberries, grumbled goat cheese and pecans, topped with balsamic vinaigrette. Mmmmmmm strawberry season...

lorraine said...

id have to say beet salad is pretty yummy :) raineoc@yahoo.com

lorraine said...

im a new follower :) raineoc@yahoo.com

Stephanie Granite said...
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Stephanie Granite said...

My hubby and I are big fans of his "Mexican salad". Romaine lettuce, cilantro, green onions, canned corn, canned black beans, salsa (acts as the dressing), avocado, tortilla strips and some CHEESE. Super easy and really tasty.

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

I like pasta salad with fresh carrot, celery, bell pepper, tomato, and red onione (just a tad) chopped up and then drizzled with italian dressing and maybe a squirt of mayo (my Hubby leaves the mayo off)

christinaree said...

my favorite summer salad is tomatoes, cucumber and mozarella....mmm!

DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

I eat salads every day in summer! From the garden is best - I like cranberries, feta, sunflower seeds, and Annies Goddess dressing.

Alison said...

I like making caramel apple salad as a dessert.

captainsharmie said...

my favourite summer salad is tortellini pesto with spinach, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and asparagus. a great cold dinner with lots of veggies!

thanks for sharing this great giveaway.

my email is supersharmie at gmail dot com

Heidi [Grizz-n-Dove] said...

I'm quite boring... just cut up some watermelons, grapes and strawberries and I'm content! Yay for summer fruit!

thehappycrochetchic said...

i am a follower

thehappycrochetchic said...

I love cold pasta salads in the summer. there is one you can buy at the grocery called ' suddenly salads'

Melinda said...

Mixed greens, strawberries, candied pecans and light vinaigrette. Yum!

Catskill Quilter said...

When it is hot, I crave a Caesar salad - pretty quick to make, and delicious!

Catskill Quilter said...

I am a happy new follower!

Mike Pearson said...

I am a follower now (although it was hard to find the GFC, it was way down at the bottom)!!! But, glad I found it! Can't believe you were on the cover! What an honor!

Mike Pearson said...

My favourite salad in the summer is a seafood salad served chilled (no pasta, greens, just the seafood) with scallops, calamari, etc. and a bit of olive oil and lemon, maybe some fresh parmasan cheese and chopped basil.

Richard Healey said...

I am a green saled kinda guy

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Richard Healey said...

I am now a follower

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Shirley said...

I haven't had it in the summer yet but I'm looking forward to making a Ramen Coleslaw on a hot day as I liked it in the winter.

Sis-O said...

I start with greens and add gala apple, any nuts i have (even trail mix), tomato, avocado, celery, carrot, cheese, meat if you want, spicy beets (grown by one aunt and canned by another), boiled egg, chick peas. anything that is available really. Usual dressing is Newman's Own Family Italian.

Ytaya said...

Mmm, fresh greens, gorgeous!

I think my favourite summer salad is a simple carrot and orange salad, with an asian dressing.

Nina said...

Mixed lettuce with cheese, ham and pinions. All with olive oil and modena vinegar

ELNM said...

My favorite summer salad is definitely tomato/basil/mozzarella - you don't even have to wash salad greens!! Thanks for the chance to win, and congrats on the magazine!

Mrs.Pickles said...

thank you for the chance to win, has to me macaroni salad all the way!

Phone Home Designs by ET said...

Is salsa considered salad? My mom makes great salsa in the summer. Spinach and strawberry salad is yummy too!

DianneVV said...

Favorite summer salad. - any one that someone else has made. I'm flexible. The refrigerator is always opened. Love all the material in your stash. Beth, you know where to find me.

Bobbie said...

spinach with strawberries and pineapple, manderin oranges, nuts,berries and grilled chicken
raspberry vinigrette or poppyseed dressing

Lynn said...

couscous, spinach, feta, cherry toms, cuke, feta and a simple vinaigrette. we eat it every other night. (make a big batch of couscous one night and you're set for the week).
thanks for the giveaway.

atabanana29 said...

You can never go wrong with cold pasta salad with fresh mozerella on top! mjalfano19@gmail.com

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pbs.seams said...

Cucumber and tomato salad, touch of balsamic vinegar.

Deb said...

I like a Southwest salad - corn, black beans, tomotoes (if you prefer)

Becky said...

I know this is cheating, but I like to make egg salad (boiled eggs, a bit of mayo with pickle relish) I buy a specialty roll and have a feast:) Would love to see your quilt in the magazine.

Tamie said...

I'm all over a summer fruit salad- the more the merrier. Thanks for participating in Giveaway Day.

Tamie said...

I'm a new follower.

gccmom said...

I love tomato, cucumber and mozzarella salad. It's yummy and fresh tasting!

Sue said...

My favorite salad, summer or winter is Applebee's Oriental Salad and I don't have to go there to get it! I found the recipe at one of those sites that publishes restaurant recipes. The first time I made it, my son thought that I had picked up dinner...at first wouldn't believe I made it!

Sue said...

I'm now a follower

Lydia Yocum said...

love fruit salads in the summer
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Addibrae said...

Cucumber with yoghurt sounds weird, but it's good and easy

Addibrae said...

I now follow your blog

Karin said...

I have a recipe for an Italian parsley salad that is fabulous!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I love chicken caesar salad; you can cook the chicken ahead. But for a quick tasty salad; brocoli is wonderful...

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I am a new follower

Connie said...

Our favorite is potato salad! Funny, we never seem to eat it in the winter. Just made some last week...almost time for more! Great giveaway!

Connie said...

I am a new follwer, thanks!

works4me said...

What a great giveaway and congratulations on your "cover shot". I would buy multiple copies, too.

My favourite summer salad is a fruit salad with lots of raspberries and strawberries.

Gee, thanks, now I'm craving raspberries. :)

Elisabetta said...

I am your new GFC follower

Elisabetta said...

Panzanella
very little and old bread wetted in water and vinagrette (italian aceto)
then squeezed and crumbled, put in a bowl basil, tomatoes, cucomber, salad and onion, mix everithing with oil salt and a little more of aceto and keep in fridge untill you serve it

meg said...

Have you discovered quinoa? I had a cold quinoa salad that had tiny cubes of cucumber and tomatoes with a tad of vinaigrette dressing and it was so wonderfully refreshing!
I had hope to sneak away for the day and come meet you in Virginny but it doesn't appear that will be possible. Let me wish you safe travels and hopefully I'll annoy you some other time~

meg said...

Oh, and I am a stalker, ummm, I mean a follower!

rads said...

a yogurt base with cucumber, sprouts and salt and pepper

Jo said...

Chicken Waldorf Salad, delicious.

marci sinfisi said...

Fennel and fresh orange slices :)
thanks for the giveaway1

Ali M said...

My favorite summer salad consists of lots of iceburg, tomato, black olives and red onion. Basic but refreshing on a hot day! Thank you for the giveaway

jellybean said...

Green salad, fresh strawberries sliced, feta cheese and walnuts topped with blush vinaigrette. Some friends stopped by for dinner and brought this it was yummy

Cherise said...

I love Caesar salads! :)

Cherise said...

I'm a follower! :)

sandyandcosmo said...

I do a marinated salad with cherry tomatoes, broccoli, red onions, and black olives.

Joyce said...

I am a new follower

Joyce said...

My new favorite is an Asian Slaw with coleslaw mix, Toasted almond slices, toasted sunflower seeds, chopped green onion and asian dressing- safeway select has a yummy one.

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Our favorite refreshing summer salad is marinated chicken and tofu salad. I wrote up the recipe in this blog post: http://craftytokyomama.wordpress.com/2009/06/22/marinated-chicken-and-tofu/ Give it a try soon!
Congrats on being a cover girl!

Kathy said...

Tomatoes, basil, feta, cucumbers, oil, vinegar, salt, pepper = yum!

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Mom C said...

Spinach, strawberries, poppyseed dressing, whatever else you want to add, meat- shrimp, chicken. Love it. Thanks.

Kim said...

I love a strawberry salad, spinach, strawberries, poppyseed dressing, peacans and red onions. I add chicken to it to make it a one dish meal.

Kim said...

I am a follower. I LOVE that green fabric-my favorite color! Congrats on the magazine!

Jen said...

My fav go-to summer salad is my mommy's broccoli salad with crisp bacon, cranberries, and sliced almonds. The dressing is basically mayo, honey, apple cider vinegar, and salt.... yummmmmm

Karen O said...

I love a salad made with cabbage that has ramen noodles, almonds, and a dressing that is sweet and sour.

Karen O said...

I am now a follower.

Deanna said...

I love a lettuce salad with lots of stuff added, fruit, chicken, nuts,cheese.....makes whole meal and still healthy
Love the fabric, thanks for a great give away

chibidani said...

Salad? Hmmmm... my mother in law's ceasar salad with fresh homemade dressing, LOTS of parmesan cheese and real bacon bits from bacon fried that day.

Deb (Two Cheeky Monkeys) said...

My favourite summer salad is an Italian-inspired one which combines bocconcini cheese with slices of ripe tomatoes, fresh basil leaves and a drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. You can bulk up the salad with some cooked pasta on those not so hot days.

:) debyeo at hotmail dot com

Louisa said...

beet salads! with goat cheese, nuts, greens, and bits and great dressing.

lemony lucy said...

I like a romaine salad with grapefruit slices and toasted pecans. A nice squeeze of lemon or lime and a bit of olive oil and sea/kosher salt and you're set. Of course I wanted to suggest a quinoa salad. You serve it cold and it could be made ahead in a large batch and frozen but you do have to cook quinoa.

Janet said...

In summer I grow lots of greens in my garden. I love a green salad with different lettuces, bok choy, celery, and different herbs from the garden. I feel like I'm eating pure energy.

Tanya said...

I like a fruit salad with melons and grapes.

Njeri said...

Congrats on being published and thanks for the giveaway.
I like any salad as long as you throw raisins in there, I Can eat a whole bowl of grated carrots and raising.

Danielle said...

My favorite summer salad is chicken salad; my mother makes it with sliced grapes and chopped apples. Thank you for the giveaway!

Kat said...

My favourite salad is quinoa or couscous with any veggies of your choice, dressed with lemon juice and fresh mint. lovely and summery!

Mhairi said...

Two favourite salads are pasta, apple, capsicum and curry dressing
And Chinese Cabbage, mint, coriander and noodles with balsamic dressing (will provide recipes if interested).

I love the lime green colour and would like to add purple and grey to them!

Cheryl Gomez said...

My favorite salad is a greek salad. I add the cocktail shrimp (already made and usually frozen at the grocery store) for some protein. I hate to cook when it gets hot out as well!

Binks said...

I'm all for a delicious orzo salad. I like it prepared like a normal pasta salad. And it has to be chilled.

Tamara said...

I love cucumber, tomato and mozzarella cheese.

Tamara said...

I'm a follower!

Lynne said...

I love a spinach salad with macadamia nuts, strawberries, kiwi and poppyseed dressing. Yum!
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Sheila said...

Spinach salad with the addition of berries , strawberries, raspberries or blueberries , whatever I have on hand . Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway.

baukje said...

I live in France so lentils are very common here. We often eat lentil salad with onions, garlic persil pepper/salt and salmon. Delicious!!!

Jacklynn said...

My favorite summer salad is cucumber salad - with fine chopped garlic and sour cream (no onions or mayo - that's how my husband makes it). Thanks for the give away!

Ana e os Viraventos said...

I love a good greek salad with lots of feta cheese

starsandsunshine.com said...

I love spinach leaves + avocado + balsamic vinaigrette. yum!

Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
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starsandsunshine.com said...

And I'm a new follower :)

Julia @ Stars&Sunshine
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ircabbit said...

My favorite is fruit salad. Especially with watermelon in it. No recipe, you just cut up and stir together fruits that you like. :)

Carmen Nuland said...

I love fruit salad. Or if you're looking for the green kind - romaine, grilled chicken (still warm), tomatoes, sliced yellow zucchini - tossed with Ranch dressing and croutons.

Alice Wilson said...

I love tomato salad- chopped plum and cherry tomatoes, chunks of fried chorizo, olive oil, a pinch of salt, and a handful of chopped herbs. serve with crusty white bread and butter. yum!

Rookie said...

I love making mixed salads with fruit in it. Apples, strawberries and blueberries make great surprise ingredients in your average leaves, tomato, peppers and cucumber salads :)

Thank you for a great prize and the chance to win it.

Marilize
marilize (dot) paulsen (at) gmail (dot) com

Melissa said...

I love any old salad. Thanks for doing this giveaway! :)

enbartlett said...

My favorite is just a simple garden salad - crunchy lettuce, cucumbers, green peppers, tomatoes, red onion, and croutons.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the giveaway-- i can't eat salads due to dietary restrictions but i used to love potato salad(still love potatoes) and i have been making some great tossed salads for my husband recently later in the summer looking forward to adding home grown vegetables like tomatoes and peppers tincupkierstead(at)gmail(dot)com

Sangeetha said...

Strawberry, cucumber, tomato and lite greens

Marcia W. said...

simple salad - peeled English cucumbers (the long skinny burpless species) with apple cider vinegar and fresh dill

Eileen said...

two favorite salads--chopped with lots of veggies and some chopped pepperoni/salami/ham/chicken with a great dressing similar to olive garden's. or chicken chinese cabbage salad with this dressing: 3/4 C peanut oil (or 3 T peanut butter + canola oil to equal 3/4 C), 1/2 C sugar, 1/4 C rice vinegar, 2 T soy sauce. thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

Karen said...

Easiest ever summer salad:

Greens and whatever else you want to chop up and throw in there, grilled chicken breasts with some chipolte sprinkled on top, sliced fresh strawberries, raspberry vinaigrette dressing. Yum!

Maureen Hayes said...

I think I originally got this recipe from Real Simple, not sure, but anyway. . . use chicken from a store bought rotiessere chicken, shred it up. Slice peaches and put them on top of your favorite greens (I like spinach) with the chicken and some crumbled bleu cheese, you can also add pine nuts if you like. Dress with whatever dressing you like (I like raspberry vinagrette). Super easy and yummy!

Maureen Hayes said...

I follow you via GFC as Maureen H. thanks for the additional entry!

M-R said...

Greek salad..yummy! Thanks for the giveaway!

Teresa in Music City said...

green salads with as many raw veggies as possible - usually romaine lettuce is the favorite:*) Thanks for the chance to win!

Jennifer said...

Tomato, cucumber, yellow and red peppers, with dill, and a nice vinaigrette dressing.

Shirley Tener said...

following blog

Shirley Tener said...

I love this salad made with cabbage, romen soup noodles, and a special sauce, I could email you the exact recipe, if you want. It makes tons and is really good for you.

Sandra :) said...

I love spinach salad - spinach, sliced strawberries, red onion, feta cheese, raspberry vinaigrette. In the latter part of summer we have salad made with onions, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers from our little garden (I get kind of sick of that one but everybody else loves it, lol).

Jodi - usairdoll said...

WoW! There are tons of great salads here. I'm going to have to come back and take notes. hehe. I make potato salad everyone loves. Boil potatos of course and cool. I also boil 2-3 eggs depending on how much I making. Add in seperate bowl, grated carrots, chopped celery, red onions and pickles. I add mayo, mustard, alittle hot sauce or alot, salt and pepper to taste. Stir in chopped potatoes and the hard boiled eggs. Also I add well cooked bacon! Mix well, chill then munch away. Hope you enjoy!

Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Jodi - usairdoll said...

I'm a new follower.

Thanks again for a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Judy H in NC said...

tomatoes, mozarella cheese, basil and a drizzle of olive oil. The tomatoes and basil from my garden

Libby said...

Coleslaw ! The KFC recipe is the best - not too much mayo.

debbiekl said...

I love a cucumber tomato and onion salad. Mmm

fern said...

here's a recipe from my uncle jack:
Uncle Jack's Carrot Salad:
1.25 cups of shredded carrots or the 10 oz package of shoe string carrots
half a cup of chopped scallions/green onion
6 tsp of minced garlic
2 tbsp of olive oil
2 tbsp of apple cider vinager
1 tbsp of unsalted sunflower seeds
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Combine all ingredients.

Stir/shake well to distribute oil and vinager.

Add more or less of any of the ingredients to your desired taste.

This is delicious if you make it an hour or so ahead of time so the flavors can marry.

Put in refrigerator until ready to eat for a nice cool salad.

makes roughly 8 servings.

ENJOY!!!

Krista said...

Spinach salad with strawberries, candied nuts, feta cheese, crasins, chicken with poppy seed dressing

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