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Thumb_7383_Bacon, Slaw and Tomato Sandwich

Thumb_7383_Bacon, Slaw and Tomato Sandwich

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_4997_Potato Salad

Thumb_4997_Potato Salad

A classic potato salad can be made even a bit better if you make your own mayonnaise.  Or maybe even a paprika mayonnaise, for a bit of spice. 

Thumb_10600_Green Beans with Mayo-Soy Sauce

Thumb_10600_Green Beans with Mayo-Soy Sauce

This recipe is from Alanna of A Veggie Venture - it's quick, light, and easy, and as a bonus - low in fat!  It was the winner of Root Source Challenge: Soy Sauce.  Read more about this recipe at A Veggie Venture.

Thumb_14904_Sweet Smoked Paprika And Cumin Aioli

Thumb_14904_Sweet Smoked Paprika And Cumin Aioli

If you have the time, you can make your own mayonnaise. In a pinch, store-bought mayo will do. Serve this with crudités or steamed vegetables. Read more about this recipe at Steamy Kitchen. 

Thumb_7873_Leftover Turkey Salad

Thumb_7873_Leftover Turkey Salad

This is a great way to use up that extra Thanksgiving turkey - but it's good enough to warrant roasting a turkey breast just to have leftovers.

Thumb_7900_Raw Mustard Greens With Garlic Mayonnaise

Thumb_7900_Raw Mustard Greens With Garlic Mayonnaise

We love our slightly bitter mustard greens with a light coating of garlic mayo.  This is no mild-mannered side dish.

Thumb_19460_Creamy Dilled Potato And Sauerkraut Salad

Thumb_19460_Creamy Dilled Potato And Sauerkraut Salad

The bright acidity of sauerkraut -- plus a hit of lemon zest and juice -- gives a lift to creamy dilled potato side salad that works well alongside fish, meats, leafy salads and sandwiches.

Thumb_15934_Cucumber, Carrot And Radish Salad With Green Goddess Dressing

Thumb_15934_Cucumber, Carrot And Radish Salad With Green Goddess Dressing

Our version of Green Goddess Dressing is a variant of the original Green Goddess dressing, which was created in San Francisco in the early 1920s.  It's a perfectly creamy compliment to these crunchy vegetables.

Thumb_10778_Salmon And Cabbage-Red Onion Slaw Sandwich

Thumb_10778_Salmon And Cabbage-Red Onion Slaw Sandwich

We got on a big slaw-and-salad-as-sandwich kick in 2007, and this was one of the results. This is a great Saturday afternoon sandwich, and it also turns out to be a pretty solid hangover choice. Occasionally, we've sprinkled olives, pickles and/or capers on top.

Thumb_18789_Spicy-Sweet Creole Fish Cakes

Thumb_18789_Spicy-Sweet Creole Fish Cakes

This is a great dish to make with leftover cooked fish such as baked fish Provencale. If you don't have any, just follow the instructions. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_10458_Green Goddess Dressing

Thumb_10458_Green Goddess Dressing

This is a variant of the original Green Goddess dressing, which was created in San Francisco in the early 1920s. The version most people know today is Annie's Natural's vegetarian version, which gets its nutty flavor from tahini.

Thumb_10479_Iceberg Wedges With Garlic Croutons And Green Goddess Dressing

Thumb_10479_Iceberg Wedges With Garlic Croutons And Green Goddess Dressing

For this classic salad set-up -- iceberg wedges with creamy dressing -- we used a variant of the original Green Goddess dressing, which was created in San Francisco in the early 1920s. The version most people know today is Annie's Natural's vegetarian version, which gets its nutty flavor from tahini.