Yogurt Date Honey Pancakes with Sheva Minim Fruit Salad

 
tom franz pancake

September 17th 2014By Tom Franz

If you are a pancake lover like me, you will love this recipe; these pancakes are very airy and fluffy because of the yogurt in the batter. The batter is non-fat; the only fat in the pancakes are from the frying. You can have them with date or maple syrup but if you want the full experience don’t miss out on the white chocolate cream and fruit salad. It’s really taking pancakes and turning them, very easily into a gourmet treat!

 

Winter Citrus Salad

 
winter citrus salad

November 24th 2010By Jamie Geller

Citrus is the fruit of the season and it can truly be enjoyed as a salad like this for an appetizer or dessert.

 

Rosewater & Cucumber Salad

 
cucumber rosewater salad

July 10th 2014By Chef Laura Frankel

Refreshing and cool! this salad is gorgeous and fragrant. the rosewater makes the cucumbers taste very floral (but not flowery!) and refreshing on a hot day.

 

Pomegranate and Banana Salad

 
Pomegranate and Banana Salad

July 18th 2011By joyofkosher

 

Nectarine and Tomato Salad

 
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June 8th 2014By Erin Gleeson

the Nectarine Tomato Salad. It’s savory and sweet, and does well when made ahead for a crowd. Plus, it feels just a little different, and if you can get juicy ripe fruit from the farmers market, it’s so delicious.

 

Minted Green Fruit Salad

 

March 6th 2013By Levana Kirschenbaum

Why leave each fruit all by itself when serving an assortment? Choosing a short and sweet fruit selection and serving it the way you would serve a leaf salad is guaranteed to get everyone to enjoy their fruit more often. My cookbooks offer several fruit-salad combinations: this is one of my favorites.

 

Jeff Nathan’s Pepper Crusted Tuna on Arugula, Fennel and Orange Berry Salad

 
Jeff Nathan's Pepper Crusted Tuna on Arugula, Fennel and Orange Berry Salad

September 13th 2011By Alison and Jeff Nathan

 

Fruit Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing

 
fruit salad honey-lime dressing

July 20th 2012By ohyoucook

The dressing gives this colorful fruit salad just a little something extra. Everyone will wonder how you made your fruit taste so good.