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No-Recipe Greek Tossed Salad

No-Recipe Greek Tossed Salad

Celebrate life’s small moments with pizza and this no-recipe greek tossed salad. Whether it’s a stay-cation, a hockey game, or just because it’s a sunny day, a pizza is bound to bring back happy memories!

Pizza Nights Are A Timeless Tradition |

Last year when I met Jacques Pepin, he spoke in length about food and memories. How you could eat something and be brought back in time to the last time you experienced that taste.

I was going through a box of old photos and was surprised to see how many times I have celebrated life’s moments with pizza.

No 18th birthday part is complete without pizza, right?

Surprising a friend at work on her birthday? Pizza.

New Year’s Eve? Pizza.

Now that Mr. B and I don’t go out as much (hey, we got old) our celebrations are much smaller and for silly things (like hockey games instead of birthdays.)

But we still break out the pizza, usually paired with salads now.


If you are looking to enjoy life’s small moments like we do, Red Baron pizzas are a great place to start. The crust bakes to a delicious golden brown, the sauce contains just the right medley of herbs and spices. And cheese! Oh the cheese!

Visit the Red Baron to travel through time and enjoy the Timeless tradition of pizza nights, as showcased with traditions, fads and trends from the four decades that Red Baron has been around. Help Red Baron celebrate 40 years by enjoying a family pizza night!

No Recipe Greek Tossed Salad

No recipe greek tossed salad |

No date night is complete at our house without a salad. I wanted to pizza to be the standout part of our meal so I threw together this no-recipe tossed Greek salad. Instead of salad dressing, we just tossed on a little olive oil and flavored vinegar (a present from a neighbor.)

Let me tell you, best salad ever for pizza. I often can’t decide on a pizza flavor… so we make two!

No recipe greek tossed salad |

No-Recipe Greek Tossed Salad

This recipe is a non-recipe in that you just throw all of the ingredients in a bowl and eat it. You literally put as much of each veggie as you want in the bowl and eat!


  • leafy green lettuce
  • fresh arugula
  • cherry tomato
  • green onion
  • kalamata olives
  • feta cheese
  • olive oil
  • vinegar


  1. Combine the lettuce, arugula, tomato and green onion in a bowl. Top with kalamata olives and feta cheese. Sprinkle olive oil and vinegar on the top.

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Thursday 17th of March 2016


doug gerard

Wednesday 16th of March 2016

after the pizza guy delivered the pizza, we discovered one slice missing--guess he couldn't resist!

Frugal Hausfrau

Wednesday 16th of March 2016

When I was a younger teenager we didn't really have any pizza in our town - but for slumber parties we'd get a box of pizza mix and make our own! Now most kids probably can't imagine not having a pizza place!

Thanks for sharing on our Throwback Thursday link party last week and I can't wait to see what you have for us this Thursday!


s w

Tuesday 15th of March 2016

I remember when we started pizza night on friday's with our family

Heather Manu

Sunday 13th of March 2016

My best memory was having pizza with root beer when I was a kid.

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