Salads

Salads

Beyond the Bowl : Extraordinary Recipes for Everyday Eating

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Presents a collection of salad recipes that star ingredients ranging from fruits and vegetables to legumes, meat, and fish, and offers advice on tossing the perfect salad.

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Mindy Fox believes in eating at least one salad a day, whether at brunch, lunch, or dinner. She checks out what green, vegetable, or grain she has on hand and thinks about what to pair it with - whether fruit, veg or protein.

Publisher: London : Kyle Books ; Lanham, MD : distributed by National Book Network, 2012
ISBN: 9781906868673
1906868670
Branch Call Number: 641.83 F8329s 2012
Characteristics: 175 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Silverman, Ellen - Photographer

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Aug 19, 2012

While this is definitely salad season, there are recipes in here for salads year round, which is great! It truly IS an extraordinary book for everyday use.

I'm always looking for new, exciting ways to use great, fresh ingredients--like endive, mustard greens, turnip greens & other salad greens that aren't the most common go to ingredients for most people.

I also like it that Ms Fox uses alternative grains--like quinoa, in salads making it more mainstream for people who might not think of using it in salads the way she does. Definitely one to keep in mind for my personal library!

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