Welcome the warm weather by dining outdoors! Whether you're going to the beach or a local park, plan your next picnic with these delicious recipes.
By using reduced-fat mayonnaise, we kept the traditional taste of this colorful cabbage salad while lowering the calories.
The ginger and the hot red pepper flakes both add heat, so feel free to use more or less. Try this with grilled fish or poultry marinated in teriyaki sauce.
Much better if it has time for the flavors to develop: but awfully good anyway.
Great for a backyard party or potluck dinner.
A great way to use leftover chicken for a lunch treat for mom, dad and the kids.
An expert's advice on cutting the fat.
Prepare this new take on coleslaw the day before the picnic, refrigerate, and allow the dressing to soak into the salad.
Part chicken salad, part coleslaw, this unique dish features a prepared mix, so it comes together quickly -- especially if you buy a roasted chicken. Serve it as a salad, as shown here, or in a sandwich wrap.
Fruit adds a slightly sweet flavor to this colorful slaw.
Red, yellow, and green bell peppers give this side dish sweetness and crunch.
Here's an appealing new take on a summertime classic. Our kids like the crunchy texture of Granny Smith apples and toasted pecans, while we like the ease of using a packaged coleslaw mix.