We give much needed makeovers to two classic salads. Salad seems so easy. Just dress some leafy greens and serve, right?
Many Greek salads are no more than iceberg lettuce topped with an overly acidic dressing and a few crumbs of feta cheese. And spinach salad is also often drowned in an oily, bland dressing and sprinkl...
We discovered that what separates a good red wine from a mediocre one is neither the kind of grapes used nor the aging of the vinegar.
Requiring just a handful of ingredients, a good warm spinach salad ought to be quick and easy. Why, then, are there so many greasy, dull, or lifeless versions around?
Iceberg lettuce, green peppers, tasteless
tomatoes, bland feta, and canned olives. Sound
familiar? We wanted a Greek salad that was worth
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