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Salad Days 376-390

April 18 I made Coleslaw.  It is surprising how quickly you can make a little bowl of coleslaw.  Still.... it's tasty and it does the trick of getting veggies in the day.
April 19 i made an Anti-pasta salad.  It was ok... not my favorite.  I won't even bother telling you how I made it.

April 20 I made a Grilled onion and Mushroom Salad.  I like this one.  I sauteed an onion and a box of sliced fresh mushrooms.  I added that to a bed of salad greens and a sliced tomatoes.  It's a tasty one!

April 21 I had a Subway salad.  I got the club.  I had oil and vinegar as a dressing.  Sure miss Ranch of Bleu Cheese dressing though.

April 22 I had a plain green salad.  Boring.  But hey!  I still got a salad even if I hadn't been to the store yet.

April 23 I had a Taco Salad.  In many ways, I'd rather have a creamy enchilada... but I resist.  I eat a Mexican flavored salad instead.

April 24 I had salad greens topped with Italian dressing and a tablespoon of Feta cheese.

April 25 I had a chicken salad with salad greens, toasted pecans and Italian dressings.

April 26 I was working on the Honk set and my friend got me a chicken salad with Raspberry vinaigrette for Burgeville.  It hit the spot.

April 27 I was still working long hours with Honk, had a Stake Activity with Lillian and didn't have time to eat.  I caved and got a salad from subway.

April 28 I went to a restaurant with my hubby.  I got a Fajita salad... Well I made it a salad.  We shared the Fajitas.

April 29 my daughter helped me make a yummy chicken pasta salad.  It was so yummy I ate it April 30th too!  We used rice noodles, veggies, and an oil and vinegar dressing.


May 1 I had a Chef salad with Honey Mustard dressing.

May 2 I had an Asparagus salad.  I like asparagus... but I wasn't too impressed with the salad.

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