Thanks to an increasing interest in cultivating health-conscious habits, salads have never been more popular. This vintage recipe book from theearly 20th century presents 200 fast andeasy-to-follow suggestions for preparing salads and dressings that will jazz up any meal. No special culinary skills are required, and the fixings are all easily obtained from any supermarket or grocer.
Organized by ingredient, the recipes include green and vegetable salads; meat, poultry, and game salads; fish salads; and fruit salads. The final two chapters provide a tasty assortment of recipes for dressings. A brief but charming Introduction offers a flavorful history of salad-making.
by Herman Melville
by Charles Dickens
by Charles Darwin
by Charles W. Chesnutt
by Charles M. Sheldon
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