Do you eat deconstructed salads? Sometimes I like to arrange the different ingredients separately in a pretty presentation on a plate; other times I just toss them all up in a bowl. With farmers markets in full season now, I find it hard to pass up any fresh fruits and vegetables. Every salad I prepare is like colorful art on a plate.
A new spin on salads that are as pretty to look it as they are to eat.
In Elizabeth Howes‘ new book, “The Modern Salad,” you ‘ll new ways to prepare and enjoy salads so pretty you will want to spend more time photographing them than eating them. But, don’t hesitate to dive in while they are still fresh and fabulous.
Author and Chef Elizabeth Howes says her book, “The Modern Salad,” was inspired by the Burmese tea leaf salad. We’ll discuss today at 4:25pmET today. Or listen anytime on iHeart.com and the free iHeart App.
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