My version has some overlap in components and a few new ones based on what I had on hand. Additionally, all olives are better than black olives! This is the perfect hearty, crowd-pleasing salad to take to a potluck (if you are not making jalapeno poppers, deviled eggs, or bacon-wrapped dates!)

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Airport salads are the worst! Greens, protein , cold meats or possibly a nut, sogginess throughout.
1 can quartered artichokes, drained

Onwards into our recipe!


1 lemon
An airport salad inspired this recipe.

1 can chickpeas, drained
1 clove garlic
And for the primary salad — just everything!

Mazen didn’t have school on Monday and then came down with the croup on Monday night! (If you aren’t familiar, it’s a virus in the voice box that produces a barking seal cough that sounds pretty frightening for both the kid and the mother!) I knew from years of my mother telling the story of when my sister got it as a baby that cold air would calm symptoms quickly, so I took Mazen outside on the deck, we wrapped ourselves in a giant comforter and swayed in the rocking chair while taking a look at the stars. I told him the story of his baby aunt Larbs and how the cold air would sooth his cough. It turned out to be a moment that was snuggly and sweet! He was much better 20 minutes later, and he had been able to return to sleep. He is much better now!
But when I was traveling through Chicago a couple weeks ago I stumbled upon a cooler of salads that looked great! Vegetarian and packaged. I ate the whole thing!

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Assemble salad.

Published at Wed, 08 Nov 2017 12:49:38 +0000

3 cheese, sliced into pieces

The dressing was more of the same parts basting a small bit of salt, garlic and lemon juice, a teaspoon of mustard to emulsify, oil, and pepper.

The foundation is two bags of the herb salad from Whole Foods.
Toss chickpeas in a tbsp of dressing.

Source: Natural Foods

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