Greek Chicken Salad » Annie's Eats So the big feasting holiday has come and gone. I hope everyone had a wonderful time with friends and loved ones, and enjoyed great food! Our Thanksgiving was a blast and everything went very well. Being together with so many family members makes me so grateful for all the blessings in our life. Of course, in the wake of the holiday I find myself craving lighter, healthier foods. I created this Greek chicken salad recently and was thrilled with the result.
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