Collard Valley Cooks Broccoli Salad like mama did

Fresh and Tasty Broccoli Salad. CVC Southern Cooking. This is a tasty and easy Broccoli Salad that is a real crowd pleaser. It is a great side dish when you want …


  1. I remember my grandmother making this type of recipe. She would add dried cranberries, chopped dried apricots chopped walnuts and sliced almonds in with it. But there's one thing she always said, it ain't southern if it don't have blue plate mayonnaise in it LOL.

  2. That looked SO good! I love everything about broccoli salad–the bacon, the raisins, the red onions, and of course, the broccoli. A friend of mine gave me her recipe, and she spelled it "Brockly Salad"! She said she liked to cook, not to spell!

  3. Love broccoli salad I mix my sauce up in a bowl and pour it in after everything is cut! I don't know how many people know this but never feed raisins or grapes to a dog it makes them really sick!

  4. This version looks really good! I make a salad near to this but I add drained pineapple chunks instead of raisins and halved green grapes and one 8 oz. tub of vegetable flavored cream cheese and one shredded carrot and one cubed red delicious apple.
    I will try this without vinegar. My family doesn't like vinegar. A very interesting salad. Many versions like a good potato salad. They are all delicious. I love your great videos! Thank you, CVC

  5. Love watching you cook! I had friends in Dallas. Lived in Marietta during my younger years, in 1997 and 1998. Made a lot of friends. Went back and worked there in the early 80’s. We had a camper on Lake Weiss and would go through Dallas to get to the lake. Miss my Georgia days.

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