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My Favorite Greek Salad

There is a groundhog devouring our cucumber plants, so we haven't harvest a single one yet. Lots of zucchini, loads of leeks, handfuls of green beans, but not a single cucumber. I'm sad about the lack of cucumbers. They're one of my favorite veggies. Ideally, the fresh ingredients for this recipe could come from your garden. If you don't have a garden, or a large rodent is eating yours, get them from a local farm stand if you can. They'll taste better than the ones at the grocery store.

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My Favorite Greek Salad
  1. The instructions for this recipe are sort of embarrassing. Put the greens into a large bowl first, and then pile everything else on top.
  2. Toss it together but don't add the dressing until the very last minute. We usually let everyone add their own dressing after they've taken what they want.
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15 thoughts on “My Favorite Greek Salad”

  1. What is it with groundhogs and cucumbers? We have one, too! I’ve only been able to harvest 2 before they got them. They also got my first 2 yellow squash. Grrr. This salad looks divine!

  2. Sounds yummy!
    You can make your own greek dressing:
    throw the following in your blender
    1/2 c olive oil
    1/3 c balsamic vinegar 3 or 4 cloves of fresh garlic
    1 t dried oregano
    big squirt of anchovy paste
    handful fresh parseley
    big scoop dijon mustard
    blend until smooth

    Pour into container with 4-8 oz crumbled feta cheese, and 1 cup plain yogurt. You won't believe it!

  3. Its looking delicious! I really like Greek salad. Infact, my whole family liked it. Anyways, thanks for the recipe.

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