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by Tasha DeSerio

ePub Salad for Dinner: Simple Recipes for Salads that Make a Meal download
Author:
Tasha DeSerio
ISBN13:
978-1600854316
ISBN:
1600854311
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Publisher:
Taunton Press (March 13, 2012)
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Cooking by Ingredient
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1862 kb
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1598 kb
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4.2
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Salad for dinner? It's easy - and delicious - to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio. As more and more home cooks are looking to eat healthy using local and regional offerings.

Salad for dinner? It's easy - and delicious - to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio.

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Salad for Dinner book. Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio

Salad for Dinner book. Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio. As more and more home cooks are looking to eat healthy using local and regional offerings, the whole-meal salads highlighted here will satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Simple, yet sophisticated and showcasing the Salad for lunch? Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio.

Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio

Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio. As more and more home cooks are looking to eat healthy using local and regional offerings, the whole-meal. Salad for lunch? Salad for dinner? It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio.

Chock-full of seasonal vegetables, these healthy, hearty salad dinner recipes will satisfy even the most skeptical .

Chock-full of seasonal vegetables, these healthy, hearty salad dinner recipes will satisfy even the most skeptical at the family table. Try a cucumber-salmon panzanella, a Greek grilled chicken salad, and more. These salads qualify as low carb recipes, but aren’t any of the tasteless meals you think of when you hear the words low carb. Bring just as much variety and flavor to your salads as you would to any other quick, easy dinner recipe.

Download Now. saveSave Salad for Dinner Simple Recipes for Salads . This is thrusting salads into the spotlight as the meal. saveSave Salad for Dinner Simple Recipes for Salads That M. .Thank you to my son, Luke DeSerio, for an amazing palate and careful recipe critique. I love making and eating salads, but in the course of writing this book and making an inordinate amount of salads, it dawned on me: This is a good way to eat. The focus is naturally on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes; meat, fish, eggs, and cheeses are used in moderation.

The whole-meal salads highlighted here will satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters . It is her fine-tuning of taste that makes this book so valuable Tasha DeSerio is the teacher you need.

The whole-meal salads highlighted here will satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. The recipes encompass everything from greens to meat and fish, dairy, and pasta and grain. It is her fine-tuning of taste that makes this book so valuable. -Alice Waters "If you really want to know how to make a good salad, look no further. Tasha DeSerio is the teacher you need. No one does it better. Brava!" - -David Tanis, author of "A Platter of Figs," and "Heart of the Artichoke" "Tasha set a new gold standard with her salads at Chez Panisse.

Salad Diet Basics Says DeSerio, The focus is naturally on vegetables, fruits, whole grains .

The salad recipes provided in this book include a variety of ingredients going far beyond just raw leafy greens and other vegetables. Says DeSerio, The focus is naturally on vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes; meat, fish, eggs and cheeses are used in moderation. The Salad Diet is divided into chapters, which focus on a particular style of salad. Chapters include simple salads, leafy salads, vegetable and fruit salads, grain-based salads and legume salads. Makes it easier to eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruit. Simple, yet sophisticated and showcasing the author's talent for presenting beautiful ingredients in an artful way, the recipes encompass everything from greens to meat and fish, dairy, and pasta and grain.

Salad for dinner? It's easy - and delicious - to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio

Salad for dinner? It's easy - and delicious - to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio.

Salad for lunch? Salad for dinner? It's easy - and delicious - to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio. As more and more home cooks are looking to eat healthy using local and regional offerings, the whole-meal salads highlighted here will satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Simple, yet sophisticated and showcasing the author's talent for presenting beautiful ingredients in an artful way, the Salad for Dinner recipes encompass everything from greens to meat and fish, dairy, and pasta and grain. With detailed information on in-season fruits and vegetables, lesser-known salad fixings, preparation techniques (including make ahead tips), and a comprehensive chapter on salad basics, readers will have all they need to turn out satisfying and beautiful salads of their own. Easy enough for one and special enough for a crowd, salads as a main course will be showing up on tables everywhere.

  • good book

  • These recipes will please everyone in the family....even your pickiest eaters...perfect for the summer and with soups will take you into fall and winter. You get your moneys worth with this one.

  • So so recipes

  • Wonderful book. The salads combine interesting ingredients and are not only tasty but good for you. I look forward to using it all year round/

  • I'm a good cook, and I usually feel I have to improve on recipes. Not so for this cookbook! Try the corn and tomato salad-- fantastic!

  • After seeing this book at the library, I couldn't wait to have a copy of my own. The recipes are fantastic. Now salads are no longer boring at my house! I am a vegetarian and found many great recipes. I have only tried four so far, but will continue. The dressings are great too!

  • Well salad... I guess I was looking for some miraculous, you will now love salad book. No, I still don't LOVE salad, I like it though. This book really didn't make me want to rush out and get any ingredients. I looked through the book on a couple different occasions hoping each time I would see some recipes that made me go Wow, I love this book or Wow, I want to make that. No, my expectations weren't met. Maybe, they were too high. But in all fairness, it's difficult to buy a cookbook without seeing it in your hands. All told, I will be selling this book to a reseller. Disappointed...

  • Salads need not be reserved for those who are trying to lose a bit of weight, nor comprise just of limp lettuce, tomato and a few haphazard vegetables tossed on top.

    Salad can, in fact, be a very different, adaptable meal, whether as a meal on its own or as an accompaniment. A salad can be served at any time of the day and adjusted to suit. You are restricted only by your imagination and the availability of component ingredients. If you are a little unsure, then fear not as this book comes to the rescue.

    After an interesting, inspirational personal essay about the salad, how it played a part in the author's life and a look at how diverse and unique a salad can be, the reader is given a good overview to the key ingredients and techniques of salad making. The author emphasises how certain ingredients, such as even salt, can and do play a role within the overall constitution and taste of a salad. The attention to detail is quite amazing, yet one should not feel that preparing a good salad is beyond them. It isn't.

    Of course, everything is given as a guide - the author has been quite firm to point out that a cook can interpret a salad in a wholly-different way than another will. Personalisation is key. Maybe treat the book as a series of suggestions, a guide, or a look over the shoulder of the author as she has prepared each dish. Copy if you will, that is no shame. Innovate if you can, that might be the more enjoyable option.

    Before you even get to the salads, placed in-between the highly-educative tutorials, there are recipes for regular things like making croutons, vinaigrettes and other enhancements on the side. The salads themselves are split into a couple of categories - leafy salads; vegetable & fruit salads; grain, bread and pasta salads and legume salads.

    The range of salads on offer is amazing and there must surely be something for everyone - and if there is not then there is always the author's mantra of customisation to remember too. Each recipe is clearly laid-out, split between the ingredients list, a general introduction and overview, preparation and cooking instructions and often some notes or tips to boot.

    Even though by its nature the reader is likely to dip in and out of the book, it could be worth at least browsing through sequentially at first as there are a number of basic skills-type overviews that can possibly enhance and optimise your education. We might all think that cutting, for example, broccoli is easy. Well roughly speaking it is, but if you want to make it look pretty, reduce wastage and perhaps make the best use of the ingredient...

    To round off this book there is a metric/imperial conversion table and a comprehensive index - something that is always appreciated. So maybe if you want to enjoy rather than endure a salad, a closer look at this book could be recommended.

    Salads need not be reserved for those who are trying to lose a bit of weight, nor comprise just of limp lettuce, tomato and a few haphazard vegetables tossed on top.