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It’s summertime, and that means cold dinners! Here are some appetizing new ways to plate and serve main dish salads I’ve seen around lately.

Southwestern Cobb Salad with Green Goddess Dressing

This remarkable salad absolutely fits the bill for a hearty, delicious, healthy salad that could easily be served to entertain with or to feed to your ravenous everyday dinner “guests” (a.k.a. children). My husband summed up this salad perfectly when he said it was the best salad he’d ever eaten because every bite offered something different. There is a lot going on in this salad and that is a good thing!

The Salad Post By Leila at Like Mother, Like Daughter

A Salade Composée is a wonderful French invention. It takes previously cooked foods — a starch, such as rice or potatoes, a protein, such as chicken or fish, and vegetables, and offers them in the form of a salad.

New York Style Chopped Salad by Pioneer Woman

Then he tosses it like nuts, then he asks you one final — and very important — question:

“Do you want it chopped?”

And you say yes. A thousand times yes.

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