Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Salads: Classic Recipes Redefined

Creating enticing salads is easy Start with the freshest fruits and vegetables, season them with adventurous dressings, and you have an exciting new way of thinking about first course, main course, and side dish salads Familiar favorites are the foundations for the forty four recipes in this book, but each one is reinterpreted with seasonal produce global flavorings anCreating enticing salads is easy Start with the freshest fruits and vegetables, season them with adventurous dressings, and you have an exciting new way of thinking about first course, main course, and side dish salads Familiar favorites are the foundations for the forty four recipes in this book, but each one is reinterpreted with seasonal produce global flavorings and simple, but high impact, cooking methods Whether it s for a leafy green, grain based, seafood topped, or meat or poultry salad, each recipe explains how and why the innovative ingredient pairings work together to bring exciting new tastes to your tables Dozens of full color photographs depict each finished dish and reveal a bounty of bold tasting ingredients that will enliven your cooking With this book in your kitchen, you have all you need to transform everyday salads into exciting and delicious meals.
Williams Sonoma New Flavors for Salads Classic Recipes Redefined Creating enticing salads is easy Start with the freshest fruits and vegetables season them with adventurous dressings and you have an exciting new way of thinking about first course main course an

  • Title: Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Salads: Classic Recipes Redefined
  • Author: Dina Cheney Chuck Williams Kate Sears
  • ISBN: 9780848732721
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Salads: Classic Recipes Redefined”

    1. I've made several more salads from this book and they aren't bad but they aren't great either. So I'm letting go of this book and moving on to other thingsshew chicken lettuce wraps - 4 starsbroccoli & Cauliflower with pickled onions and bacon - 2.5 starsRoasted pear with grainy mustard vinaigrette - 4 starsPancetta/poached egg/spinach - 4.5 starsChickpea/sundried tomato/mozzarella salad - 3 starsFarro with turkey, butternut squash and dried cranberries 3 stars: I really liked the farro but [...]

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