Super good. Made it with blackberries and blueberries. Dinner guests cleaned it up. I think it would be good for a luncheon with grilled chicken as a main dish.
Pike Place Market Salad
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brookiecookieSB Posted: 05/22/11
detailaddict Posted: 07/11/12
This gets 4 stars for flavor, two for instructions on making the candied walnuts. I have some experience melting sugar, and should have heeded the inner warning that stirring the sugar (as directed) with a cold metal spoon would make the melted sugar re-crystallize into hard, unmeltable lumps. After attempting to stir in the walnuts I added a little water to re-dissolve and then let the water evaporate, stirring occasionally. It worked, but all of this took up way too much time. I did not have apple cider or juice for the dressing so I used some CL Easy Herb Vinaigrette that I had on hand, tossing it with fresh spinach and basil and topping the dressed greens with halved pitted dark cherries. I also left the walnuts whole and increased to 1/4 cup per serving for added MUFA. We ate this with a glass of wine and CL Leek and Asparagus strata muffins. This is a good salad but the candying step should involve a wooden spoon or dissolving the sugar in a little water first.
AnnaBellaBoom Posted: 04/06/12
Followed the recipe exactly, using raspberries and blueberries, and served w/ CL's Flatbread with Pancetta & Asparagus. Very, very nice light summer meal. My family raved about it.
robinarroyave Posted: 11/14/12Miami, FL
Made my own Herb Salad Mix using dill as the herb and cherries for the fruit, and paired it with Pork Medallions with Port Wine-Dried Cherry Pan Sauce. This was over-the-top good!!!