Saladish: A New Way to Eat Your Vegetables

Saladish: A New Way to Eat Your Vegetables

Ilene Rosen has been shaping the culinary landscape of New York City for decades, first as the original savory chef at City Bakery?where her ?gorgeously eclectic, culinarily inspired, effortlessly seasonal? platters (New York magazine) made the salad bar a must-visit destination?and now at her beloved Brooklyn takeout shop and general store, R&D Foods. She?s ahead of t Ilene Rosen has been shaping the culinary landscape of New York City for decades, first as the original savory ...

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Title:Saladish: A New Way to Eat Your Vegetables
Author:Ilene Rosen
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:1579656951
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Saladish: A New Way to Eat Your Vegetables Reviews

  • Alison
    Mar 09, 2019
    For me, this was one of those cookbooks that had lots of pretty dishes that I could tell I?d never make. Also, she uses a fair number of specialty ingredients, and while I?m not opposed to picking them up, I?ve got several things in my pantry that I?ve only used once, so I?m ...
  • Kelley
    May 19, 2018
    Some great salady things I can?t wait to try. ...
  • Helena
    Aug 31, 2018
    Some interesting recipes, and would probably try more of them if I were just feeding myself rather than my sometimes-picky family as well. ...
  • Korie Brown
    Aug 28, 2018
    Precious food, party food. I am disappointed. ...
  • Katy
    Apr 11, 2018
    Did a cover to cover flip through tonight and it?s so gorgeous. Lots of good inspiration for upcoming veggie season ...
  • Beka
    Dec 03, 2018
    Definitely some lovely pictures and ideas, but nothing particularly popped out at me. ...
  • Fullfaun
    Jul 18, 2018
    Really great ideas ...
  • LibraryDanielle
    Apr 09, 2018
    A decent cookbook. Not bad, but not super amazing. It did have photos of most/all (I had an ebook galley) recipes, which is a must for me, but the format was off (again, ebook). Definitely not for picky eaters or those who aren't super adventurous, but a solid cookbook for libraries. M...
  • Beth
    Apr 29, 2018
    I like making salads -- and I am much more of a saladish person. I have lots of new ideas and yes, I have pretty much read this cover to cover . I keep rereading parts of it ...
  • Jennie
    Jun 06, 2018
    You can roast grapes and put them in a salad? This book makes boring salad a thing of the past. One look through this book and you can see why Ilene gained a cult following with her dishes. Vibrant, fresh, creative, lush and new I am excited to prep meals with these new recipes. ...
  • False
    Jul 12, 2018
    A contemporary method of preparing seasonal salads. I saved a few recipes to try, but overall, when you have to buy less than common ingredients or invest in the creation and preparation of equally odd sauces, you have to factor in costs and labor for one salad. Yes, it's "that" kind o...
  • Brianna Sowinski
    Nov 26, 2018
    Love the title, love the idea/spirit, the recipes were not things I would probably make. Maybe I'm not ready for this book but the recipes seemed to include a lot of ingredients. I would love a simplified version of with this concept. ...
  • Lauren Kozilski
    May 03, 2018
    This was a great book to check out of the library, glean some ideas from, and send back for someone else to use. I won't be adding it to my personal collection (it's already quite large, and I can't justify adding a book I may never pick up again). Lots of specialty items (chrysant...
  • Sandy
    Feb 12, 2019
    Great Salad Meals. This book will introduce your taste buds to new and exciting flavors. ...
  • Louise
    May 24, 2018
    Pretty but impossible, crazy arcane ingredients. Returned it. :( ...
  • Lata
    Jun 23, 2019
    3.5 stars. Beautiful pictures (of course) accompany the salad recipes, some of which are a little ritzier than I tend to make. There are some great ideas here that I want to try out, and I can source most of the ingredients from my grocery store. ...
  • Amy Barber
    Dec 24, 2018
    Nice but recipes weren't to my liking It was different, had some good variations, food information and techniques but there wasn't a single thing in there that I actually wanted to make, I'm super picky. Pictures see included with recipes. It even has menu suggestions for some. ...
  • CalamityMane
    May 30, 2019
    Not for me. There were only a few that really appealed. I was far more impressed with ?Eat. Cook. LA? than with this one. I?m still on the hunt for a good salad book. ...
  • Mary
    Sep 29, 2018
    Organized by seasons, a variety of recipes using fresh produce--likely available in cities larger than mine. Several encourage pickling, even stems, and using that as a seasoning to the whole salad. Beautiful photography. ...
  • Caitlin Dickerboom
    Feb 24, 2019
    Very fun recipes with lots of variety. If salads typically bore you, this book will teach you how to make an interesting, healthy, shareable delicacy! Enjoy! ...
  • KatieRose
    Jan 31, 2018
    This cookbook is a delicious addition to the growing list of salad-focused titles. Categorized by season and accompanied by vivid photographs of all or most recipes (a plus, since many of them were combinations I was unfamiliar with), Saladish offers mix of techniques and flavors that ...
  • Samantha
    Aug 07, 2018
    I really really really do like this cookbook. I can find most of the ingredients in my local grocery store (South Georgia, United States). Some of the recipes are a little involved - to make some eggplant boats, I had to two additional recipes. I'll find a use for the sweet lime vinega...
  • Debbie
    Jun 23, 2018
    Nice photos of the dishes and step-by-step instructions with drawings. None of the recipes appealed to me. Many of the recipes had lots of ingredients that I don't typically see in my local grocery stores. ...
  • Prima Seadiva
    Jul 10, 2019
    3.5 stars, half star off for that touch of today's precious pretentiousness which can discourage readers of slender means. The food photography was quite nice but some shots did not depict the salad as it was described in the recipe. Some recipes are simple, others more complex, so...
  • Anna-Lisa
    Jan 20, 2019
    I signed this book out of the library after seeing it in a bookstore and feeling uncertain about how much I'd like the recipes. I am trying to get inspired to eat more/different vegetables on a daily basis, however, the recipes in here often have "exotic" ingredients that most people d...
  • Kristy Johnston
    Jan 22, 2019
    I checked this out on Kindle Unlimited. Some of the salads look interesting but just didn't appeal to me. I'll probably make quite a few of the dressings though. I like to make my own dressing since most of the processed dressings you find in grocery stores contain ingredients I'd rath...
  • Nick
    Dec 21, 2018
    I was looking for some salad inspiration this winter ? and the wild mixes of grains, pickles, greens and more here are inspiring. The photography is also outstanding! But as I feared, interesting salads are probably complex ones, too, and most of these recipes require lots of often p...
  • Jesica DeHart
    Dec 18, 2017
    This book is so fresh it has crunch and will bring health to your munch! Salad gets a refreshing makeover with infinite options and this book will blow your salad making mind. ...
  • Emily Gerrell
    Jun 22, 2019
    Decent, but Bougie Great pictures and instructions, easy to follow, but most of the recipes are a little bit too fancy and require uncommon/difficult to acquire ingredients ...
  • Grace Jones-Taylor
    Jan 08, 2019
    Beautiful pictures and some interesting ideas, but most of the recipes require more expensive, harder to find ingredients. More niche stuff. Not a go-to cookbook for me. Worth flipping through though. ...