Rites of Spring: Salads
Who doesn’t love salad!? It’s gorgeous. It’s convivial. It’s really just a celebration on your plate. A good salad often is simply a mix of textures and flavors: creamy, crisp, herby, lemony, tender, rich and/or pungent. A salad is one of the best ways to tip one’s hat to the new produce of spring. After the torpor of winter comes light, fresh greens and vibrant, pungent herbs. In this class we will celebrate both the simple and the elevated. MENU - Fava, Fennel & Red Onion with Yogurt, Sumac & Mint Dressing - Massaged Lacinato Kale Salad & Chickpea Croutons with Fresh Herb Ranch Dressing - Strawberry & Mint Salad with Balsamic Reduction
Massaged Lacinato Kale Salad & Chickpea Croutons with Fresh Herb Ranch Dressing
Your new favorite kale salad.
Quail Eggs and New Potatoes with Leek Pesto
Not your average potato salad. A twist on your favorite pesto recipe that can be used in lots of other dishes.
Strawberry & Mint Salad with Balsamic Reduction
A simple preparation that packs lots of flavor