One Hundred And One Salads

Author: May Southworth
Editor: Applewood Books
ISBN: 1429010762
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A deceptively simple idea, salads can be a centerpiece or an accompaniment to any type of meal. The word ""salad"" comes from the French salade of the same meaning, which in turn is from the Latin salata, ""salty"", from sal, ""salt."" May Southworth's 1906 work provides readers with showcase salad recipes that show home cooks how to create a variety of salads, from the simple to the complex, utilizing meat, vegetables, fruits, and/or cheese.
One Hundred and One Salads
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Pages: 96
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-12-11 - Publisher: Applewood Books

A deceptively simple idea, salads can be a centerpiece or an accompaniment to any type of meal. The word ""salad"" comes from the French salade of the same meaning, which in turn is from the Latin salata, ""salty"", from sal, ""salt."" May Southworth's 1906 work provides readers with showcase salad
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