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Article: Delicious Chicken Waldorf Sandwiches is a Twist on the Classic Salad

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Hmmm...While it sounds interesting, this one is just a bit too far out for me -- I'm a classic chicken salad guy.
 

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DW always adds something to chicken salad. Cashews usually. Cut-up grapes. Cranberries are good, raisins if nothing else is available.
 
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