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Salad Of The Day Revised by Georgeanne Brennan
Chopped, tossed, shredded, composed—salads are versatile in both form and flavor. They’re an appealing and healthy way to showcase favorite seasonal produce. From light starters to protein-rich main course salads to palate–cleansing accompaniments, these much-loved adaptable dishes can play a delicious role in virtually every lunch or dinner, every day of the year. This is a revised and revamped edition of Williams-Sonoma Salad of the Day—the bestselling 2012 title, including new images and over 90 new recipes. Williams-Sonoma Salad of the Day is a calendar-style cookbook that offers 365 enticing salads suited for any meal, occasion, or mood. Vibrant, fresh, and extremely versatile, salads are the ultimate expression of the changing seasons—and make a fantastic meal or side dish any day of the year. New recipes include Warm Gigante Bean Salad with Herb-Roasted Red Onions & Wilted Greens; Crispy Kale & Brussels Sprouts Salad with Anchovies, Parmesan Crisps & Fried Egg; Grilled Calamari Salad with Padron Peppers & Green Harissa; Herb-Grilled Lamb & Grilled Green Onion Salad; Crispy Eggplant, Miso Butter & Charred Sungold Tomato Salad; Carrot and Medjool Date Salad with Creamy Gorgonzola Dressing; Nopales and Hominy Salad with Skewered Pork and Pepper Kebobs; Black Olive and Calamari Salad with Parsley and Mint Vinaigrette; Fresh Horseradish Salmon Cakes on Wilted Greens, and more. Capture the essence of spring with a pasta salad featuring sugar snap peas and slender asparagus, or a seared salmon salad with pea shoots and watercress. Savor the flavors of summer with juicy ripe tomatoes and sweet corn kernels tossed with piquant blue cheese, or grilled summer squash on a bed of herbed rice. In autumn, enjoy a warm wild mushroom salad dressed in bacon vinaigrette, or tender chicken salad with crisp apples and toasted walnuts. During the winter, pair bright citrus fruits with skirt steak and peppery arugula, or earthy roasted beets and soft farmer cheese. Each recipe includes a complementary dressing recommendations or recipes, and helpful notes offer serving and substitution ideas. With this abundance of recipes as your guide, and the garden’s yield as your inspiration, you’re sure to find an appealing salad that fits the occasion, no matter what the day brings.
Salad Love by David Bez
Discover 260 hearty, flavorful, and beautiful salads that can be prepared in a flash with little more than a knife and a cutting board. Determined to eat more vegetables for lunch, David Bez embarked on a personal challenge to create one new salad every day using seasonal, healthy ingredients. In Salad Love, he shares his favorite recipes from his yearlong experience. Crunchy, savory, and incredibly satisfying, these salads go beyond your typical combination of lettuce, protein, and toppings to create vibrant, plant-based meals that offer something for every palate. In summer, try Oak-Smoked Cheddar, Peaches, and Blueberries; for fall, savor hearty Roast Chicken, Quinoa, Red Pepper, and Peanuts; in winter, fuel up with Ham, Roasted Potatoes, Carrots, and Dried Cranberries; and in spring, enjoy Egg, Asparagus, Croutons, and Pecorino. Complemented by 280 full-color photographs, Salad Love invites to you explore inspired salads any day of the year. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Williams Sonoma Salad Of The Day by Georgeanne Brennan
The James Beard Award–winning author of Brunch presents a collection of delicious salad recipes that cover every season, occasion, and mood. Chopped, tossed, shredded, composed—salads are versatile in both form and flavor. They’re an appealing and healthy way to showcase favorite seasonal produce. From light starters to protein-rich main course salads to palate–cleansing accompaniments, these much-loved adaptable dishes can play a delicious role in virtually every lunch or dinner. Organized by month, and featuring one recipe for each day on the calendar, Williams-Sonoma Salad of the Day includes 365 recipes for salads to match any season, occasion, or mood. Whether it’s a simple mixed greens salad with red wine vinaigrette for a dinner party starter, a classic Cobb Salad for a main-course lunch, a quinoa or farro salad perfect for bringing to a potluck or picnic, or a pasta salad to accompany food fresh off the summer grill, the wealth of simple and delicious choices and beautiful full-color photography will provide daily inspiration and satisfy any salad-lover’s craving throughout the year. Each recipe includes a complementary dressing recommendations or recipes, and helpful notes offer serving and substitution ideas. With this abundance of recipes as your guide, and the garden’s yield as your inspiration, you’re sure to find an appealing salad that fits the occasion, no matter what the day brings.
Food52 Mighty Salads by Editors Of Food52
A collection of recipes for hearty salads features such options as charred brocolli and lentil salad, spring vegetable panzanella, grilled lobster salad with lemon-thyme butter, and curried chicken, grape and cheddar salad. Any school child can make a salad, but you're looking for something that can carry the day as a one-bowl lunch or dinner. Dressing on lettuce isn't going to cut it. The editors of Food52 present a collection of recipes for hearty salads you can use as jumping-off points for your own culinary experimentation.
A Good Day For Salad by Louise Fiszer
Provides a variety of salad recipes for meals throughout the year, including starter salads, folk salads, picnic salads, and wrapped salads
Simply Salads by Jennifer Chandler
From bag to table, healthy salads have never been easier. You've always known that eating green could be healthy, and now it's easier than ever. With the abundance of supermarket selections of prepackaged greens, you can create a restaurant-style salad?along with a fabulous dressing?in your own kitchen. Before bagged blends, a salad with four different types of lettuces was unheard of. Now there are more than fifty different combinations of lettuces, packaged in just the right size, from which to choose. Think beyond iceberg and romaine. The more than one hundred salads and dressings in Simply Salads are colorful, gourmet, and surprisingly simple to prepare. Whether you're looking for the perfect complement to a main dish or you want a salad that can stand as an entrée, you'll find the perfect salad, including such winners as: Asian Salad with Ginger Dressing and Wasabi Peas (page 4) Jalapeño Chicken Salad with Avocado Dressing (page 40) Crawfish Salad with Spicy Cajun Remoulade (page 106) Cheese Tortellini Salad with Sun-Dried Tomato Vinaigrette (page 172) Memphis Mustard Cole Slaw (page 223)
Salad Samurai by Terry Hope Romero
Discover the Way of the Salad Award-winning chef and Veganomicon coauthor Terry Hope Romero knows her veggies. In Salad Samurai, she's back to teach you the way of the veggie warrior, rescuing salads from their bland, boring reputation and "side" status with more than 100 vibrant, filling entrees. This is your guide to real salad bushido: a hearty base, a zesty dressing, and loads of seriously tasty toppings. Based on whole food ingredients and seasonal produce, these versatile meatless, dairy-free dishes are organized by season for a full year of memorable meals (yes, salad can rock even the coldest days of winter). Dig in to: Spring Herb Salad with Maple Orange Tempeh Deviled Kale Caesar Salad Seared Garlic Chickpeas, Spinach, and Farro Seitan Steak Salad with Green Peppercorn Dressing Herbed Pea Ricotta, Tomatoes, and Basil Mushroom, Barley, and Brussels Harvest Bowl Tempeh Rubenesque Salad Pomegranate Quinoa Holiday Tabouli Seitan Bacon Wedge Salad and many more! With designations for gluten-free and raw-ready options and recipes that are work-friendly, weeknight-ready, high-protein, and loaded with superfoods, Salad Samurai shows you the way of the salad: killer dishes that are satisfying, healthy, and scrumptious. Praise for Terry Hope Romero "This is exceptionally good food for vegans, vegetarians, and the rest of us who are trying to eat a more sustainable, healthy, plant-based diet." - Christian Science Monitor on Vegan Eats World "Exuberant and unapologetic...Moskowitz and Romero's recipes don't skimp on fat or flavor, and the eclectic collection of dishes is testament to the authors' sincere love of cooking and culinary exploration." - Saveur on Veganomicon
Salad For President by Julia Sherman
The creator of the immensely popular Salad for President blog presents a visually rich collection of more than 75 salad recipes, with contributions and interviews by artists/creative professionals like William Wegman, Tauba Auerbach, Laurie Anderson, and Alice Waters. Julia Sherman loves salad. In the book named after her popular blog, Sherman encourages her readers to consider salad an everyday indulgence that can include cocktails, soups, family style brunch dishes, and dinner-party entrées. Every part of the meal is reimagined with a fresh, vegetable obsessed perspective. This compendium of savory recipes will tempt readers in search of diverse offerings from light to hearty: Collard Chiffonade Salad with Roasted Garlic Dressing and Crouton Crumble, Heirloom Tomatoes with Crunchy Polenta Croutons, or Flank Steak and Bean Sprouts with Miso-Kimchi Dressing. On the lighter end there are Grilled Hearts of Palm with Mint and Triple Citrus, Persimmon Caprese, and fresh Blood Marys. The recipes, while not exclusively vegetarian, are vegetable-forward and focused on high-quality seasonal produce. Sherman also includes insider tips on pantry staples and growing your own salad garden of herbs and greens. Salad—with its infinite possibilities—is a game of endless combinations, not stifling rules. And with that in mind, Salad for President offers a window into how artists approach preparing their favorite dishes. She visits sculptors, painters, photographers, and musicians in their homes and gardens, interviewing and photographing them as they cook. Utterly unique in its look into the worlds of food, art, and everyday practices, Salad for President is at once a practical resource for healthy, satisfying recipes and an inspiring look at creativity.
Cooking Light Big Book Of Salads by The Editors of Cooking Light
Dig in to a seriously tasty salad--with Cooking Light Big Book of Salads! Farmers markets popping up all over the country are filled with a variety of beautiful fruits and vegetables. Grocery stores are starting to stock locally-grown produce. And ingredients from all over the world are more accessible than ever. And CSAs drop just-picked goodies right at your doorstep! Here's how to make the most of all of nature's delicious goodness: The Cooking Light Big Book of Salads includes over 150 recipes for incredibly tasty, interesting, and healthy salads that are perfect for weeknight meals, cookout sides, and mouthwatering starters. This flavorful, healthy fare hits all the notes everyone loves. The best toppings? Got 'em: Candied nuts, creamy goat cheese, sweet dried cranberries, spicy prosciutto, pungent Stilton and Gorgonzola, juicy pears, salty olives, and crunchy croutons. You will learn how to make the most of in-season produce, like peaches, arugula, strawberries, corn, tomatoes, winter squash, and more. Tips and techniques provide everything needed to make amazing salads. You will learn how to buy and store greens so they stay crisp, how to spot fruit and veggies at the peak of flavor, how to properly dress a salad, how to whisk homemade light dressings (we're not just talking about a wimpy squeeze of lemon), tips on making salads with pasta, beans, interesting grains-and more.
Williams Sonoma Collection Salad by Georgeanne Brennan
Tender spring asparagus. Luscious summer berries. Spicy autumn greens and bright winter citrus. More than any other dish, salad allows the characteristic flavors of each season to shine. "Salad" offers more than 40 wonderful salad recipes, grouped by season to emphasize the importance of using ingredients as they reach their natural peak of ripeness. Color photos.