About the Author

Robin is the author of For All Who Wander, her relatable memoir about wrestling with doubt that reads much like a conversation with a friend. She's as Southern as sugar-shocked tea, married to her college sweetheart, and has three children. An empty nester with a full life, she's determined to...

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  1. This looks delish. One of my favorite salads (from my Vienna Cafe) is a Sonoma. It has apples, gorgonzola cheese, and raisins. At home, I like to put craisins in salad with lots of chopped up veggies and some broccoli slaw added in. Yum 🙂

  2. I’m excited to try this salad, too! Lyli’s salad idea in the comment above is similar to ingredients I toss into an arugula salad. I also add some chopped candied pecans. Oh my!

  3. Wow, never thought I would crave a salad so much! So beautiful! And I love seeing those Blessings Unlimited dishes in “action”! So proud of being part of it! Thanks for inspiring me to “stay” in the kitchen a little longer…

  4. Hi Bread and Wine Team,

    Thankyou for the inspirational video. God bless us as we serve Him through hospitality. I found the video easy to follow. Please keep teaching us more healthy dishes! God bless you in Jesus Name Amen

  5. This is so good – one of the first things I made from the book. The vinegargette was awesome! And sooooo easy. I will ever buy store dressing again! The only changes I made were the goat cheese for feta and the cherries for craisins -geographics! We have lots of cranberries in the Northeast…yum!

  6. Oh yeah its so on with this yum treat!! Im all about salad and looking for ways to make them different. Other than a savory salad like my chicken romaine salad I love to throw together, is a sweet AND savory salad, which I love to treat myself to every once and a while. So this will be perfect! Another salad I love (I dont know the name) is with chicken, strawberries, walnuts and poppyseed dressing! yum! or a similiar salad i sometimes get at my local Target, which is feta, cranberries, chicken, walnuts and poppyseed dressing 🙂 But oh em gee, cant wait to try this one!

  7. Mom and I are making this tomorrow! 🙂 Can’t tell you all how much I love this book, the videos, and the cooking demos!!! 🙂

  8. I may be the only one but goat cheese is not a fave of mine, I just dont like the flavor. same with feta. what would you sub, or usually I just leave cheese out. would love input