December 26th, 2015
In The Wall Street Journal

Christmas Cleanse

Christmas may be over, but I’m still feeling the effects of too many sugar cookies and glasses of eggnog. With salad days ahead, I pulled out this recipe from The Wall Street Journal and am more than ready to tuck into one.

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  • I made this salad for a big family lunch last week. I wasn’t able to get blood oranges or pomegranates so I used tangerines and red grapes. It was still delicious! The mint is a fun addition. Beautiful salad. Happy New Year!

    LBSDecember 27th, 2015  7:47 AM

     
  • This actually would have been a great salad to serve at Christmas – so beautiful.

    KathyDecember 27th, 2015  8:35 AM

     
  • Preston, I highly recommend you pick up the January issue of Bon Appetit. It’s got lots of recipes just like this.

    kimDecember 27th, 2015  11:11 AM

     
  • Preston, this salad is positively divine. I made it for Christmas eve dinner to rave reviews. I had enough ingredients left over and loved it so much we had it Christmas night. This one is going to remain in “bag of tricks” for a long time. It is extremely balanced in flavors and mouth feel. Easy to make and visually quite lovely.

    AllisonDecember 27th, 2015  3:56 PM

     
  • I also made this for Christmas Day sans pomegranates and everyone loved it. Great holiday salad!

    PMADecember 28th, 2015  12:25 PM

     
  • I made it tonight and loved it. thanks!

    nikDecember 28th, 2015  8:48 PM

     
  • Love the plates and flatware here as well.

    KathyDecember 30th, 2015  10:07 AM

     

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