Assuming you just have the cilantro, green peppers, celery and tomatoes, even that would be perfectly fine along with a two-inch slice of the meatloaf. But here's what I did this evening - I added halves of fresh Goldenberries ("Cerise de Terre") from Columbia. Now I know that the addition of fruit to a salad isn't novel but I have never seen Goldenberries in a salad before. Certainly Mandarin oranges are not unusual; nor blueberries. Naturally the entire salad is topped with olive oil (I now insist upon Fragranza Novella from Italy) and red wine vinegar with a bit of Maldon salt. The effect of the tart Goldenberries (with the other additives) is quite phenomenal, certainly singular. I personally like a mixture of tart and salty though some may find it too unique in a salad. As an all-in-one concoction the meal is nonpareil - meat, veggies and fruit. If I were inclined to add any cheese to the salad it would be goat's milk cheese. At the end of the meal all that remains by way of digestif is a small bowl of Bran Buds smothered in Kéfir - which as Rumpole was wont to say, keeps me surprisingly regular!
One final recommendation (this time from Grace in the Kitchen on Hazeldean Road in Kanata) - the "All Natural Fig Bread" with a slice of Comté cheese - the Sacrament of Heaven!
They have a lot of serious blue as well...