Loaded with crunchy almonds, this broccoli isn’t your typical broccoli salad.
Serve this salad as side for dinner, or a quick leftover lunch on the go.
Up your daily serving of veggies when you take a bite out of Paula’s black eyed pea salad.
You’ll never look at veggies the same way again. We promise.
Make no “beans” about it, this salad is great for Church gatherings, or Sunday supper side.
Simple. Clean. Fresh. Here’s a salad that’s a breeze to prepare, and pleasure to eat.
It may sound a little weird, but we’re confident this will be one for your favorites for a salad in a hurry.
doris in The Secret Garden on May 19, 2013 at 3:11 pm
I love reading about your family and seeing your pictures. I respect the fact that you are teaching your son's family values because so much of that seems to be going by the wayside anymore..maybe someday we will meet and by that time your son's may even have their own cooking show.lol..wishing you lots and lots of love from this country girl's kitchen to Brooke Deen's kitchen of love.
Linda Miller in The Makings for a Perfect Father’s Day on May 19, 2013 at 11:44 am
Love this idea. I want to do this for my sister n law for the new addition of the family. What a wonderful way to celebrate a new baby in the family.
Kimberly McKinney in How to Host a Sip and See on May 19, 2013 at 10:54 am
I love Orchids but fine it hard to kept alive for very long. I love the way you display
Syndie Reynolds in Paula’s Love of Orchids on May 13, 2013 at 10:59 pm