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    19 Delicious Salads For Fall

    From farm to table, these salads let the flavors of fall shine.

    1. Winter Squash and Arugula Salad

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    Roasting winter squash for this salad means at the end of the day your place will smell wonderful AND you'll have a beautiful dinner to put on the table. Recipe here.

    2. Pomegranate and Pear Mason Jar Salad

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    Put the dressing on the bottom, followed by the pear slices, then layer the rest of the ingredients on top. Take it to go and mix when you're ready to eat. The dressing will help keep your pears from turning brown. Recipe here.

    3. Caramelized Brussels Sprout Salad with Blue Cheese, Bacon, and Caramel Apple Vinaigrette

    halfbakedharvest.com

    So much delicious bacon and blue cheese. But it's a salad, so it's healthy, right? Recipe here.

    4. Sweet and Salty Fall Harvest Salad

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    The combination of flavors and textures in this salad is a total win. Soft, salty brie and spiced butternut sqash balance out the sweet candied pecans and the crunch of the Honeycrisp apples. Recipe here.

    5. Beetroot Salad with Spinach, Egg, and Capers Mayonnaise Dressing

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    This harvest salad is beautiful, delicious, and packed with protein. You can have it all. Recipe here.

    6. Fall Harvest Salad with Maple Cider Vinaigrette

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    The maple cider vinaigrette brings the flavors of butternut squash, pecans, blue cheese, pear, and pomegranate together. Recipe here.

    7. Roasted Golden Beet Salad with Bacon and Feta Crumbles

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    The roasted golden beets are almost too beautiful to eat. Almost. Recipe here.

    8. Harvest Salad with Citrus Champagne Vinaigrette

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    You don't have to follow this recipe exactly. Use whatever greens and proteins you have on hand. Recipe here.

    9. Autumn Panzanella

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    Panzanella is an Italian bread salad. That's right, BREAD SALAD. This version mixes in roasted artichokes, lentils, and a roasted garlic vinaigrette. Recipe here.

    10. Arugula Salad with Honey-Clementine Vinaigrette

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    Clementines are like little bursts of hope and sunshine in the dark, colder months. This vinaigrette brings that brightness to your salad. Recipe here.

    11. Roasted Cauliflower and Farro Salad with Feta and Avocado

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    Full of filling veggies and grains. Recipe here.

    12. Roasted Squash Salad with Lemony Tahini Sauce and Feta

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    This is like an autumnal version of a Greek salad, so if you don't want to make the tahini sauce yourself, any Greek dressing would make a good substitute. Recipe here.

    13. Kale, Apple, Pancetta Salad with Maple-Walnut Dressing

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    All hail kale. Recipe here.

    14. Roasted Fig and Hazelnut Quinoa Salad

    thehungarybuddha.com

    This fig, hazelnut, arugula, and blue cheese salad is good enough on its own, or it can be served with grilled chicken or scallops. Recipe here.

    15. Persimmon, Pomegranate, and Ricotta Salad

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    In Ancient Greece, persimmons were known as the "fruit of the gods". Recipe here.

    16. Cold Pork Roast Waldorf Salad

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    Pork roast works so well with fall flavors, and this salad is perfect for when you have leftovers. Lay cold slices of pork over a bed of greens with apples, red onion, and radishes. Of course, you can also make it vegetarian. Recipe here.

    17. Warm Goat Cheese Salad with Grapes, Heirlooms Apples, and Walnuts

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    If you've never had warm goat cheese salad, you HAVE to try it. Serve with warm baguette. Recipe here.

    18. Lentil Salad with Pear, Gorgonzola, and Bacon

    simply-delicious-food.com

    MORE BACON. Recipe here.

    19. Lemon Dijon Beet Salad

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    Arrange beet slices on a plate and dress with an easy lemon dijon vinaigrette, then let the ooohs and ahhhs roll in. Recipe here.