Salad Dressing 101: Dressings for All Occasions

Paperback | March 7, 2011

byNathan HyamEditorWhitecap Books Ltd.

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The best salad dressing recipes from three dozen chefs are once again available in one great collection, in a fresh update of Whitecap`s kitchen classic Salad Dressing 101 . Chef Nathan Hyam has personally selected over 160 recipes from popular chefs such as Norene Gilletz, Karen Barnaby, Eric Akis, and Dee Hobsbawn-Smith for their great take on vinaigrettes, creamy dressings, low-fat dressings, and potato and pasta salad dressings. The introduction provides an overview of simple ingredients and techniques and demonstrates easy ways to adapt dressings to any salad. Along with classics that belong in any cook`s repertoire, there are innovative dressings with international flavours. Symbols throughout the book provide guidance on pairing dressings with salad ingredients.

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The best salad dressing recipes from three dozen chefs are once again available in one great collection, in a fresh update of Whitecap`s kitchen classic Salad Dressing 101 . Chef Nathan Hyam has personally selected over 160 recipes from popular chefs such as Norene Gilletz, Karen Barnaby, Eric Akis, and Dee Hobsbawn-Smith for their gre...

Chef Nathan Hyam is the author of New Thai Cuisine and was born in New York City. After travelling in Asia and taking many Thai cooking classes, he is now one of Vancouver's most prominent chefs, specializing in Thai cuisine. Nathan is also known as "The Thai Guy."Chef Nathan Hyam is the author of New Thai Cuisine and was born in New Y...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 9 × 5.8 × 0.6 inPublished:March 7, 2011Publisher:Whitecap BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:177050012X

ISBN - 13:9781770500129

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The word “salad” conjures up images of health, new growth, and pleasant weather. Perhaps this is why eating salads can make you feel so good. They are an edible symbol of nature, a hint of green pastures or a lush country garden right at your table, no matter where you live. The incredible diversity of produce available today makes an entire new range of dishes possible.