Food52 Mighty Salads: 60 New Ways to Turn Salad Into Dinner--And Make-Ahead Lunches, Too

Food Mighty Salads New Ways to Turn Salad Into Dinner And Make Ahead Lunches Too A collection of recipes for turning ordinary salads into one dish worthy meals Does anybody need a recipe to make a salad Of course not But if you want your salad to hold strong in your lunch bag o

  • Title: Food52 Mighty Salads: 60 New Ways to Turn Salad Into Dinner--And Make-Ahead Lunches, Too
  • Author: Food52 Amanda Hesser Merrill Stubbs
  • ISBN: 9780399578045
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A collection of 60 recipes for turning ordinary salads into one dish worthy meals Does anybody need a recipe to make a salad Of course not But if you want your salad to hold strong in your lunch bag or carry the day as a one bowl dinner, dressing on lettuce isn t going to cut it.Make way for Mighty Salads, in which the editors of Food52 present sixty salads hefty with vA collection of 60 recipes for turning ordinary salads into one dish worthy meals Does anybody need a recipe to make a salad Of course not But if you want your salad to hold strong in your lunch bag or carry the day as a one bowl dinner, dressing on lettuce isn t going to cut it.Make way for Mighty Salads, in which the editors of Food52 present sixty salads hefty with vegetables, meats, grains, beans, fish, seafood, pasta, and bread Think shrimp and radicchio tossed in a bacon vinaigrette, a make ahead jumble of white beans with charred lemon and fennel, slow roasted duck and apples scattered across spicy greens It s comforting food made captivating by simply charring one ingredient or marinating another shaving some, or roasting a bunch.But because we don t always follow recipes, there are also loose formulas for confident off roading, as well as back pocket tips and genius tricks for improving any old salad Because once you know how to fix too salty dressing, wash greens once and for all, keep an avocado from browning, and even sprout your own grains, the humble salad starts looking a lot interesting and a whole lot like dinner.

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    1. I love a hearty salad for dinner, so this cookbook caught my attention right away. A one dish meal with vegetables, protein and grains that is mostly plant-based? Yes, please! I often find myself purchasing ingredients at the grocery store that I think might be interesting in a salad and unfortunately they go bad without me using them. I really needed this book. This book gave some great salad recipe ideas that were healthy, filling and tasted cultural authentic to a variety of different regions [...]


    2. This is a book I think I need to own. I keep renewing it every two weeks! With its beautiful food photography, genius tips, and great recipes, salad is redefined as a meal with many delicious results occurring right in my kitchen. I typically do not use salad dressing but many of these are too good not to try. With six different sections, there is something for everyoneeven my kids! 4.5 stars


    3. Can one find inspiration in salad? Yes indeed, I have with this book.I am a salad lover but admit to not being very creative. My tried and true salads have become a bit repetitious. This book has inspired me to use more imagination, to mix and match a wide range of ingredients, experiment with more of what I have already hanging out in my refrigerator and pantry. Rice Krispies? Roasted grapes?I have followed Food52’s online community food blog for a long time but this is the first time I picke [...]


    4. Salads. A nice book to hold, lies flat for using in the kitchen. Two-page spreads with a clear recipe in easy-eye text with a beautiful photograph for each dish. I liked the sections on non-leafy green salads as well as the grain and bean based dishes. Also includes sections on salads with traditional greens, meat, pasta, seafood. Borrowed from the library, but I may purchase.


    5. Food52 Mighty Salads really surprised the skeptic in me. I thought this would be a traditional recipe book that basically gives the same tired recipes over and over, but Mighty Salads reinvents the concept of salad and elevates the salad to a sophisticated level sure to wow many. This was certainly true when I made my husband, a true-to-core carnivore, the Hoppin' John Salad with Crispy Cornbread for dinner one night. He was hesitant at first but once he tasted the collard greens dressed in hone [...]


    6. Who knew salads could be so interesting?!?! I loved this book. It was a treat to review. The recipes were simple and fun, for the most part. I was not overwhelmed in the least. I appreciated the pictures because it made the meals come to life. The recipes were easy to follow and actually achievable. The tips were great. And the encouragement was totally appreciated. For a foodie and "amateur" salad chef, this book was a dream resource. In summary, I want a hard copy. ;)Rating: 5/5Recommend: YesA [...]


    7. Mighty Salads is a mighty book. I am deeply saladophilic, and I know a thing or three about dressing, but the recipes are all new to me and very appealing. They are broken up into sections titled: Leafy Salads, Less-Leafy Vegetable Salads, Grain & Bean Salads, Pasta & Bread Salads, Fish & Seafood Salads, and Meat Salads. You can quickly find dressings, tips, and twists (all very useful) grouped in a separate index called Building Blocks.My wife always says that cookbooks without colo [...]


    8. First book borrowed from my new job! We made two recipes out of it - an antipasto salad and shrimp with tangerine sauce. Both were excellent! I've even started implementing some of the tips (i.e. treating herbs like a bouquet) which is unusual for me. Old habits die hard.


    9. Check out my blog for more reviews all things books: DearWilderness & BooksThis arc was offered by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Dust off your yoga mats, folks, rummage the back of your cupboards for you smoothie blenders, and take out your diet diaries.New Year, New Me.And I say that every year. Too bad my previous track records of keeping my new years resolution of eating healthy and exercising are often forgotten by February.Buuuut, if you're not like (don't be like me) and [...]


    10. Food52 has been busy lately. This is a solid addition to their selection of cookbooks. The recipes are organized into categories, such as leafy, grain or bread-based, and meat salads, to name a few. I made the Wild rice bowl with tofu, sweet potatoes, and roasted shallot vinaigrette. It was hearty and very good. It would make a good main dish and would work very well for a workplace brown bad meal. I also made the Brown butter Brussels sprouts with crispy quinoa. This salad had a surprising mix [...]


    11. Nicely styled and designed and photographed in true Food52 style and some interesting ideas in here, though not a ton for the vegans! Fun to flip through though and one salad I definitely want to try (carrot, date, and mung sprouts)


    12. This book makes me hungry every time I look at it or read it. There are some really good salads in this book. I really want to just photocopy the thing. I might check to see if it is available on kindle and just buy it.


    13. Very extensive collection of recipes including a lot of earthy recipes (i.e. wholegrains, root vegetables) as well as some of the classics with European and Asian based choices as well. What I like a lot about Food52 cookbooks is all the helpful hints they give you such as how to refresh wilted greens, best way to store and easiest way to peel hardboiled eggs. This book is filled with good advice as well as gorgeous recipes. It has great photos and there is an abundant amount of dressing recipes [...]


    14. What a great resource! I eat a healthy diet as much as possible and salads are always a good option for a quick, good-for-me meal. Sometimes those salads get boring. Not anymore! I've tried many of the recipes and they're all yummy. Some of the highlights, for me are the Roast Grape, Butternut Squash & Kale Salad and the Steak & Tossed Salsa Verde Salad. I'm pretty sure I could eat the Cobb Salad with Hard-Boiled Egg Dressing every day. Wowser! I would have never put these combinations t [...]


    15. Nice and not too difficult recipes to made your salad different everyday. And as usual the pictures were wonderful.Ricette carine e non troppo difficile per fare un'insalata diversa al giorno. E come al solito le foto sono bellissimeANKS TO NETGALLEY FOR THE PREVIEW


    16. [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/10 Speed Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.]As a prolific eater and maker of salads, I tend to read a fair amount about them to see how salads are defined by others [1].  What I have tended to find in much of my reading is true here.  Many people who write about salads are hipsters who try to make salads overly complicated, with ingredients that are hard to find outside of left-wing enclaves within the United Stat [...]


    17. With something like nine cookbooks under their belts, Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, the co-founders of Food52, are practiced at producing exactly what cooks need. Mighty Salads is their take on making salads that are not just an appetizer, but are an entire meal. These are substantial salads with a mix of ingredients and flavors that satisfy, not whet, the appetite.The salads are organized sensibly, by leafy greens, not-so leafy vegetables, grains, pasta and meat salads. I know when I think [...]


    18. Fabulous! Gorgeous book. From the moment I looked at the cover my mouth was watering. A good book description found right inside the cover of the book is "Does anybody need a recipe to make a salad? Of course not. But if you want your salad to hold strong in your lunch bag or carry the day as a one-bowl dinner, dressing on lettuce is t going to cut it." The book is full of beautiful pictures not only of the recipes, but of different types of greens, herbs, vegetables, fruits etc. There is a deta [...]


    19. Food52 Mighty Salads: 60 New Ways to Turn Salad Into Dinner--And Make-Ahead Lunches, Tooby Editors of Food52 (Contributor), Amanda Hesser (Foreword), Merrill Stubbs (Foreword)Wow this book was beautiful. I mean look at the cover it’s beautiful. You’ll find inside every kind of salad you’ve never thought of with pictures that make you hungry! I’m always looking for salad dressings to make from scratch, now they have wonderful recipes of salad dressings that change with each type of salad. [...]


    20. WONDERFUL AND INTERESTING FLAVOR COMBINATIONSMighty salads they are, featuring hearty ingredients from veggies to seafood. Along with sixty salads are recipes for some forty-seven dressings such as Pancetta-lime and Sriracha Miso Mayo. If this does not pique your interest, certainly recipes for pickled grains and grilled cheese croutons will. There is also a recipe for preserving lemons which tells how to keep them and for how long, information missing from most other preserved lemon recipes I h [...]


    21. Since our cookbook club was meeting the week after Thanksgiving, we all decided we wanted a book with light and healthy (i.e. veggie-based) options. A quick Google search pulled up Mighty Salads as one of the top-rated options, and it didn't disappoint! The book offers a wide variety of recipes with easy, approachable steps. It definitely expands the definition of salads beyond the usual leafy green + veggie + dressing combo.Curried Chicken, Grape, & Cheddar Salad - 4/5. This is the one I ma [...]


    22. Compact, easy-to-hold, and user-friendly, “Food52 Mighty Salads” is filled with more than 60 recipes for salads and dressings that transform greens and fixings into delicious dinner salads. Accented with beautiful, deep-toned photographs suitable for its earthy subject, this is a cookbook that answers the question, “What’s for dinner?”, with some very fresh ideas. The types of salads are each featured with their own chapter: Leafy Salads, Less-Leafy Vegetable Salads, Grain & Bean S [...]


    23. Who needs a book about salads? I do!Salads have come a long way from that hunk of iceberg lettuce with mayonnaise (or, shudder, Miracle Whip Salad Dressing) of my childhood. And this is the perfect season to get some salad inspirations-- which is what this book is for me: inspiration. I look at the recipes and the ingredients, and it helps me regroup my mind to plan a meal. I can't say that I've followed a recipe exactly, but I've used them as launching points, substituting when I don't have som [...]


    24. Such a great cookbook. I'm always looking for healthier options for me and my family and I like the variety of salad options provided. Especially the warm salads! If you love Food52, you'll appreciate this book.*Received ARC from Netgalley.


    25. I need to purchase this book! Lots of dinner size salads I want to try. Photos are so wonderful! Just want to eat every salad in the book.


    26. I love salad it my go to healthy meal and this book teaches you different ways to make you salad one of a kind.






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