April 20, 2017

Book Review: Mighty Salads

Mighty Salads: 60 New Ways to Turn Salad into Dinner--and Make-Ahead Lunches, Too is cookbook written by editors of Food52 with photography by James Ransom.

This book is divided into the following six main sections: Leafy Salads, Less-Leafy Vegetable Salads, Grain and Bean Salads, Pasta and Bread Salads, Fish and Seafood Salads, and Meat Salads, as well as the Foreword, Introduction, and Building Blocks.

According to the Introduction, "It's salad at its fullest potential.... While...recipes in this book are mighty, the are just the beginning.... We've filled the book with tips and riffs and unscientific formulas. Each recipe is broken down into loose equations so that you can follow along, improvising with your ingredients of choice, and know you'll skill end up with a good meal. We've also included some ideas from food luminaries we turn to for inspiration."

While featuring brilliant full-color photographs, Mighty Salads is geared towards all ages, from young adults to older generations, interested in new recipes with a baseline salad theme.

Note: I received this book from NetGalley, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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