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I love this salad with the dressing made exactly as written using the oregano as suggested! I was thinking that I might add a little Dijon to the dressing for the next time I make this. I love the combination of kale and Swiss chard. Actually this is the first time I've used Swiss chard in a salad and I will buy it often now whereas I have LOVED kale in a salad because it holds dressing so well! The raisins I used were golden raisins but you could easily use any dried fruit--or fresh fruit for that matter--that you like. The cheese I chose to use tonight was blue cheese. I will make this salad again! Thanks!
Tried the recipe as it is and is very good. I have a great store near me Oro which sells great blends of olive oils as well as balsamic vinegars. This recipe good with all different mixtures I came up with so do experiment or use the dressing you like.
This salad was fabulous and just what we needed after the holidays and too many sweets! I subbed a thinly sliced bosc pear for the raisins since my daughter doesn't like raisins and used red wine vinegar in the dressing. Used marinated feta. Otherwise no changes. Super good!