Friday, May 8, 2015

Book Review: Salad Love: Crunchy, Savory, and Filling Meals You Can Make Every Day by David Bez


I love salads. In my family, I'm known for making hearty, healthy salads. One of my favorite restaurants in the world is Insalata Ricca, a salad-centered bistro in Rome. Most days, I eat a big, bountiful salad for lunch. And I'm always keeping my eyes open for new salad recipes. So of course I was excited to review David Bez's  Salad Love: Crunchy, Savory, and Filling Meals You Can Make Every Day.


This salad-packed tome features 260 beautiful salads that can be easily prepared. 280 full-color photographs will inspire you to eat salads every day of the year. These salads go beyond the typical, boring salad, and keep the seasons in mind: For summer, try the Oak-Smoked Cheddar, Peaches, and Blueberries Salad; for spring, enjoy Egg, Asparagus, Croutons, and Pecorino Salad. These recipes have broken me out of my usual salad rut, encouraging me to add more savory and sweet flavors, creating more interesting salads that keep me fit and filled with energy. 
Author David Bez wanted to up his fruit and veggie intake, so he embarked on a personal challenge to create one new salad every day using seasonal, healthy ingredients. In Salad Love, he shares his favorite recipes from his yearlong experience. You can find David at www.lovemysalad.com, where you can also share your own recipes and see even more tasty salad recipe ideas, added weekly.

Salad Love: Crunchy, Savory, and Filling Meals You Can Make Every Day by David Bez is available for purchase today at amazon.com.

   

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