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Old 07-05-2012, 04:24 PM   #1
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I went to a 4th of July picnic and there was this "to-die" for broccoli salad there. It had raisins and some sort of nut (thinking almonds). It was so darn good. I asked around but no one claimed it. Anyone know of a recipe that sounds similar to these items?


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Old 07-05-2012, 05:15 PM   #2
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My sister-in-law makes one like that, I will ask next time I see them.
And yes, it is awesome!!
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I make it, one of my favorite salads. I have kids on my lap right now making it hard to type, but I'll post it for you later tonight.


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We had broccoli salad on that day as well. The dressing used was extra virgin olive oil mixed with vinegar so I think it is called vinaigrette. We added a few croutons and some hard boiled egg slices.


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I would love to try something like this, I love broccoli. Recently I just realized that I love cauliflower too but never even knew what it tasted like. Guess its one of those things you diss at a kid and never remember until you are under and more mature.


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I cannot wait for the recipe. The one I had did not have eggs in it. It was some sort of vinegar dressing. It was amazing. I cannot wait to try it on my own.


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