Synopses & Reviews
- Recipes are updated and improved family treasures passed down from Burns's grandmother.- Includes 20 dressings that double as marinades.- According to Food Technology magazine's 2002 food trend report, Americans are eating more salad: 71 percent of shoppers reported trying to include more fruits and veggies in their diet, and sales of fresh-cut salads jumped 10 percent over last year.
A collection of more than 70 fresh and flavourful recipes, plus 20 dressings that double as marinades.
Salads are a celebration of the seasons freshest offerings and when tossed in delicious dressings, their flavors and textures come alive. Here you'¬?ll find more than 50 recipes for oil-and-vinegar, fruit, and creamy salad dressings like Olive and Herb Vinaigrette, Strawberry Surprise, and Creamy Pepper-Parmesan.
About the Author
TERESA BURNS studied at the California Culinary Institute and ran her own catering business, Gourmet at Large, for years thereafter. She now lives in Sun Valley, Idaho. She loves to cook and entertain, is an avid skier, and generally enjoys all that life in the mountains has to offer.