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from NY. USA 1 Pkg 9 or 10 oz baby spinach 2 ts or more of white vinegar to taste 2 TBS Heaping, cherry jam pinch salt and pepper to taste 1/2 c Drained canned sweet or sour cherries 1/4 c or more of olive oil or to taste 2 Tbs Sunflower, hulled kernels Or chopped macadamia nuts Dark raisins as desired I am always trying to come up with unusual spinach salads and so using leftover canned cherries and cherry jam, this piquant salad was a big hit for my family. Combine vinegar, oil and preserves and mix well until smooth. Add drained cherries and desired raisins to spinach and toss well with the dressing. Sprinkle on nuts to taste. Serve at once. Use washed baby spinach as these leaves are very tender and have small tender stems. If using another kind of spinach, remove stems and tear up large leaves. Joan,Larry and Cosmo the Cutie Dog Visit our HomePage at: http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/

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from NY. USA

1 Pkg 9 or 10 oz baby
spinach
2 ts or more of white
vinegar to taste
2 TBS Heaping,
cherry jam
pinch salt and pepper to taste
1/2 c Drained canned
sweet or
sour cherries
1/4 c or more of
olive oil or to taste
2 Tbs Sunflower, hulled kernels
Or chopped macadamia
nuts
Dark raisins as desired

I am always trying to come up with unusual
spinach salads and so using leftover canned cherries and
cherry jam, this piquant salad was a big hit for my family.

Combine vinegar, oil and preserves and mix well until smooth. Add drained cherries and desired raisins to spinach and toss well with the dressing. Sprinkle on nuts to taste. Serve at once. Use washed baby spinach as these leaves are very tender and have small tender stems. If using another kind of spinach, remove stems and tear up large leaves.

Joan,Larry and Cosmo the Cutie Dog
Visit our HomePage at:
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/



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