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  1. It looks beautiful ad incredibly appetizing.

  2. Looks like it should be in a magazine!

  3. reeva

    This is one of the most beautiful food photos i have ever seen in my life!

  4. It looks so tasty! I will try this recipe as soon as I can!

  5. Allison

    Making this for Thanksgiving today. So beautiful and fresh!

  6. I just saw this — I made a similar salad last week, and loved it so much. Your dressing sounds really interesting, I just used oil and pomegranate molasses.

  7. The Schinx

    This salad is wonderful! We made it for both Thanksgiving and Christmas! Thanks.

  8. Jill S

    My family enjoyed this recipe so much for Thanksgiving that we made it again on Christmas! Thank you.


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