It's good to have light, refreshing options for Thanksgiving dinner itself - and for the following weekend. Martha Rose Shulman put these together for Zester Daily. Thanks, pal!zesterdaily.com/cooking/8-simple-salads-kick-off-thanksgiving-feast/
  1. Endive & Arugula w Pears & Toasted Hazelnuts
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  2. Marinated Vegetables w Coriander & Herbs
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  3. Baby Spinach w Balsamic-Roasted Turnips & Beets
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  4. Turkey Waldorf
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  5. Broccoli and Quinoa w Greens
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  6. Marinated Carrots & Cauliflower
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  7. Radish & Orange Salad
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  8. Romaine w Couscous
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