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Salads are delicious any time of year, but there is something especially refreshing about salad during the summer when there is a variety of fresh produce to use and enjoy.
It is easier than ever to make nutritious mood-boosting salads now that you can buy bags and tubs of pre-washed mixed greens, including organic.
“To remember a successful salad is generally to remember a successful dinner; at all events, the perfect dinner necessarily includes the perfect salad.” ~ George Ellwanger, Pleasures of the Table
This recipe is super-simple to prepare.
Throw together and toss the greens, strawberries and onion. Top the salad with the almonds and goat’s cheese. This tastes great served with a balsamic vinaigrette. It serves six to eight people.
What is more refreshing than salads when your appetite seems to have deserted you, or even after a capacious dinner – the nice, fresh, green, and crisp salad, full of life and health, which seems to invigorate the palate and dispose the masticating powers to a much longer duration. ~ Alexis Soyer, 19th century French chef
This recipe is a bit more involved, but not much.
“To make a good salad is to be a brilliant diplomatist – the problem is entirely the same in both cases. To know how much oil one must mix with one’s vinegar.” ~ Oscar Wilde
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