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Salad Days

Boost Your Health and Happiness with 75 Simple, Satisfying Recipes for Greens, Grains, Proteins, and MoreĀ 

7-1/4 x 8-1/2; $22.95

224 pages

ISBN: 9781632170859

Amy Pennington will make you crave salads with these 75 recipes that feature not just greens with zesty dressings but also incorporate satisfying proteins, such as fish, chicken, eggs, cheese, and nuts, as well as other toothsome ingredients like grains and noodles, and even fruit.

Simple, nutritious, and tasty, salads have moved from a side dish to main meals as people move towards healthier foods. Salad Days is organized according to how and when we eat--featuring grain bowls, fast and fresh salads, winter salads, noodle salads, fruit salads, cooling salads, and salads for a crowd--making it easy to identify just the right salad to satisfy a craving or occasion. With fresh greens as the base of each recipe, Salad Days offers creatively delicious ideas for 75 salads for every meal of the day, including breakfast!

AMY PENNINGTON is a cook, author, and urban farmer. She is the author of Urban Pantry: Tips and Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable and Seasonal Kitchen, Apartment Gardening, Apples: From Harvest to Table, and her latest title Fresh Pantry: Eat Seasonally, Cook Smart, and Learn to Love Your Vegetables. Pennington has been named one of Seattle magazine’s 50 most powerful players in Seattle’s food scene and as a Bon Appétit Tastemaker.

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