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This was a great salad! So easy to make and the thyme adds such a beautiful flavour
scichick: I believe that the “apples” you see are the (white) nectarines.
This was an AMAZING salad! I made it this weekend. I couldn’t get my hands on thyme, so I used mint. Instead of simple syrup (trying to cut processed sugar from the diet where possible), I used about 1/4 cup of sour cherry preserves.
OH MY GOODNESS! We ate this by itself first – wonderful. The next day, after lots of juice had been created – we ladled it over pound cake and/or vanilla ice cream – EVEN BETTER!
Thanks Elise! Really a keeper recipe!
Thanks for your mum, she, probably, really succeeds. Very good salad!
I can’t wait to to try this salad! I also shared this recipe with my mom who just emerged victorious in a showdown with endometrial cancer. In the picture it looks like there are also chopped apples, but I don’t see them in the ingredient list. Am I crazy? :o)
Props to your mom!!! As for the apple, yeah, you’re crazy. However, they might be quite tasty added to this. ~Garrett
Does this need to be served immediately? I’m thinking of packing it for a camping trip so it’d be left in a cooler for probably 8 hours or so before it is eaten.
Nope, that should be fine. If anything it will develop more sugary maceration juices which are quite yummy in my opinion. ~Garrett
I made this salad today and it was amazing! I added a bit of extra ginger for some spiciness. I LOVE the thyme with the fruit! Consider me a convert!