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June 30, 2007



Very interesting recipe. I realized I've never cooked any recipe from Alton Brown, although I like his show. I'm intrigued by the idea of using parsley as a salad green, also by how he is measuring it by the quart. I love parsley, and everything else in this salad.


I adore Alton Brown the most on Food TV and his recipes have always been a hit, have you tried his Spinach-Artichoke dip?? W.O.W.


I also love Alton. That photo is gorgeous--so vivid. That new camera (and tripod) is getting great shots.


Alton Brown is so entertaining, I love him! I especially loved the episode on pretzels, it made me want some right-now! I love how he breaks things down biologically. Paula has got to be my favorite though. The way she says "tur-duck-en" is just classic. Her Thanksgiving episode is one of my favorites, and her new kitchen is gorgeous. I'll definitely have to try Alton's salad, I love parsley, so that'll be fun to try.


Alton Brown's is the only show on the Food Network that I really try to watch when I'm in the U.S. I love the way he explains stuff.

Great parsley salad! So pretty!


Kalyn--I really liked it too and it threw me for a loop. I'd never thought about it. I get really locked into the same old same old salads but this one was fun just because it was different.

Trupti--I haven't. I'll have to look that up. I agree. I adore his show and all of his recipes I've tried have been incredible. I'm pretty sure my Indian Rice Pudding that everyone went nuts over at work was an Alton Brown recipe.

Sher--Thank you so much! I'm having a whole bunch of fun with it!

Mehgan--Totally agree. Love Paula and I love everything Alton teaches us. I like that he goes back to the beginning on food. It makes techniques and recipes make more sense to me.

Katie--Agree! If there were only one I could watch it would be his.


AB is just incredible the way he wraps education around food and comes away with, oh dear I'm going to say it, Good Eats. How funny;)) I am always using him as a reference point.
Love the salad, looks beautiful!


i am SO with you about paula deen & alton brown! i especially love the little science lessons that come along with good eats.


Tanna--Totally agree! I learn so much with every episode. Good pun. Hee.

Candy--I think he really pulled something unique that people respond to with his set up. Now others immitate him in a small way. Thanks for commenting!

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I've never heard of using parsley as your greens in a salad, but I'm definitely open to it. I'm going to try this. I'm collecting healthier recipes that I want to start making, and this one fits right in. Thank you for sharing it!

Alicia Smith

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