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July 22, 2008

Carrot Salad

3-4 uncooked carrots, shredded
1-2 garlic cloves, pressed
4 oz. Swiss or cheddar cheese, grated
1/2 cup mayonnaise

Mix the ingredients together and serve cold. I made this yesterday and added some chopped chicken to it. We all enjoyed it, even the garlic, I told them it was fresh, so extra flavorful, but VERY good for them!

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Here's the birthing story of my friend Jessica (who I have yet to meet, her family was featured in the Country magazine and we have since become blog buddies), she gave birth to a baby boy yesterday!



She's giving away some Mr. Sprinkles, FREE: http://bakerella.blogspot.com! Read what she wrote about the new ones that are all-natural, I understand why she likes the old colors better, but I like the fact that they are now all-natural!!!

6 comments:

Marilyn said...

Sounds Yummy!! I can't eat garlic at my parents house, my dad hates garlic in any shape or form, he freaks out if someone (even a stranger) orders something with garlic in it while eating out and he can smell it-he gets irate! Not me though, I love garlic.

Thanks for your comment on my blog, as for your question, we will be living there for an indefiante amount of time. Who knows how long!! My dad tried to tell me I couldn't bring my scrap stuff, I said yeah right, I am not living without it!

Shannon said...

Thanks for the tip - that looks great, I'm totally going to try it. I'm out of carrots now b/c I just made coleslaw on the weekend, lol!

KJ-Starre said...

Hi Martha...you are always so full of great ideas ! I have never made it with cheese before, I must try it.

Hugs to you all.
X

Meadowlark Days said...

Mmm, that sounds delicious! Do you use a food processor to shred the carrots?

Lisa B. said...

Gonna have to give it a try!

Thanks for the compliments on my blog....the paper is Basic Grey!

Cheers

Geri said...

That carrot salad sounds good! I was just looking up recipes for dinner tonight and I think I will add that to the menu, granted if we have carrots left in the fridge. The ones I'm growing aren't ready yet!