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A Good Day for Salad
Once upon a time, salad meant lettuce, tomato, and cucumber covered in Thousand Island dressing. Today its succulent fish, seasoned meat, crispy tofu, herb pasta, and anything else you want to toss together in a saladlike way. In A Good Day for Salad, Jeannette Ferrary and Louise Fiszer get creative, offering an intriguing array of starter salads, dinner salads, party sala ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published July 1st 1999 by Chronicle Books
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As a librarian I have an opportunity to peruse a great number of books both fiction and nonfiction and one of my favorites areas of our library collection is the 641.5's. Being somewhat of a recipe collector, I find that when paging through a cookbook, looking at recipes which do not require a wide array of unusual ingredients on hand makes the recipes in the book a little more appealing. This book has a nice variety of easy to assemble yet tasty combination's of salads that are quick and easy t ...more
With the amount of mayonnaise and meats most of these recipes call for, the salads are not necessarily vegetarian or healthy. Also, as someone who is so bad at making salads, these all seemed a little intimidating. I think I need an even more basic salad book to start with.