Gooseberry Patch's 101 Soups, Salads & Sandwiches - Review Round 2

Thursday, December 22, 2011
First let me say that TODAY is the LAST day you can enter in to win the Rush-Hour Recipes GIVEAWAY. IF you haven't already entered, do so HERE!

In ROUND ONE of my review of..... I made a recipe from 3 of the 4 sections of the book -- Simmering Soups, Satisfying Sandwiches and Terrific Toppings! That only left ONE section uncovered -- SENSATIONAL SALADS!

I am ALL-ABOUT salads! Looking thru the book there were SO many great looking salads, it was hard to choose just one to make for review -- then I saw Shirl Parson's from Cape Carteret, NC recipe for Lemon-Dill Chopped Salad. Oh, I KNEW that was the salad I would be making.

No disappointments! This salad has a lot of the same flavors as my favorite Greek salad -- romaine, tomatoes, cucumber, feta, lemon, etc... I served this on the side of grilled chicken. VERY, VERY YUMMY!!

As a BONUS entry, leave a comment on this post telling me which of the 4 recipes I reviewed are you MOST likely to make first. Remember the drawing for this giveaway is 12/28/11 -- look for ONE more BONUS opportunity!


  1. I have to tell you that the picture of the sandwiches from the other day was just stuck in my head and I couldn't wait any longer to try them, so yesterday that's what I made...
    "Annelle’s Special Veggie Melts". I was not disappointed either! So yummy!


  1. I would like to try the sandwich and bean soup from your previous post. It all looks pretty delicious though!
    Merry Christmas!

  1. The Wotring's said...:

    I would like to try the Bacon & Cheddar Chicken

  1. I think the bean soup would be the one I would try first. We love soup and it just is so easy in the winter to have a pot of soup ready at the end of the day. hugs, Linda

  1. Definitely the bacon and chicken! yuuuummm!!

  1. Lynnie said...:

    The Bacon and Cheddar Chicken would most likely be a big hit in our house! Thanks again and again Gail and Merry Christmas!

  1. Wildwings said...:

    This looks like a good cookbook to have, it seems I am always in a rush at mealtime. The chicken dish would be the first one I would try

  1. Jennifer Gail said...:

    Bean and Sausage Soup:)

  1. LyndaLoo said...:

    The Bacon and Cheddar Chicken looks good!

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