Our church eats together every Wednesday evening. Actually we eat together every Sunday too, but that's more of a potluck kind of thing. Wednesday nights meals usually have a theme. One of my favorite themes, believe it or not, is salads. It's a versatile and broad theme and there are usually some delightful dishes offered.
This past Wednesday the rotation had rolled around to salads again and I decided to try something new. I turned to pinterest of course, because out of sixty boards and over three thousand pins I knew I'd find something. I actually have a board just for salads...there's only 22 pins on it but I still have the board :-) I'd love to add some more so let me know if you have any favorite salad recipes.
First up is a cold corn salad. I can't wait for summer because this is the perfect side for grilling season. It's a Paula Deen recipe but surprisingly enough it has no butter...just a cup of mayonnaise. Don't worry, I didn't take a picture of a cup of mayo because honestly, who wants to see that? I didn't take a picture of the corn chips either for some reason but they add a nice satisfying crunch to the salad. It really is a colorful and pretty salad too.
Pretty simple, huh? Got to love recipes like that. I also made the oh so yummy snickers salad. Crisp green apples and chopped up snickers all swirled together by a froth of cool whip and vanilla pudding. Delicious!