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Salad of the Day (Williams-Sonoma): 365 Recipes for Every Day of the Year Hardcover – April 24, 2012
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"Best of all, [the book's recipes] all have a little something—whether it's an interesting ingredient or a smart prep technique—that sets them apart from your average buffet sides." (Lynn Andriani, Oprah.com)
About the Author
Erin Kunkel is an award-winning food and lifestyle photographer who works around the world, and calls the foggy outerlands of San Francisco home. When she's not behind the camera, she can be found gardening, cooking, and dreaming of warm water surf spots.
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Top Customer Reviews
I picked up this cookbook at Williams Sonoma in the beginning of April and have been cooking from it ever since. I love the organization of the recipes and I love that Georgeanne strives to highlight seasonal ingredients as we progress through the calendar year of recipes. I've made at least a dozen of her salads so far and I haven't found one dud in the bunch yet! There are warm salads such as her Grilled Salmon, Potato, and Asparagus salad sprinkled throughout the cookbook and the cold salads are by no means traditional - every salad has a creative twist either in ingredients or presentation. The past two weeks have found me shopping for wheat berries, quinoa, pea shoots, green mangos, and more. Definitely not pedestrian.
I first heard of Georgeanne Brennan from my mother-in-law who has always wanted to take cooking lessons from Ms. Brennan out at her cooking studio and home in California. Unfortunately the weekend classes seem to fill within a day of being posted to her website and I've not been quick enough to snag reservations for us. Given how fantastic this cookbook is, I'm really keen to soak up some of her creative wisdom face to face now so I'll be watching her website for openings in her classes a little more closely.Read more ›
And when they say 365 recipes, they really mean 365 recipes, not 365 variations!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love all the recipes featured in this book. Thanks again!Published 14 days ago by iam_sheilamarsh
This recipe book is a must have for everyone. Well researched and very informative. Thanks for thisPublished 19 days ago by Wendy Lopez
This book was the biggest disappointment ever. I thought-stupidly, if a book had 365 salad recipes at least 100 would be apatizing. Instead, none of them took my fancy. Read morePublished 29 days ago by makita
Really good salad cookbook! the best I've found so far, and I own several.Published 1 month ago by Kelle
If you need to step up your salad game, this book is for you. There is amazing variety; it will be hard to think of salads as boring after working your way through this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by NuJoi
Nice book and so many recipes to choose from and plenty of colorful pictures.Published 3 months ago by Carlene
My "go to" cookbooks are the Williams Sonoma 365 books. This provides a wide range of flavors, styles, difficulty. Everything you need to spice up your salads.Published 3 months ago by Jennifer