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The wonderful thing about making a salad is that it’s a relaxed, stress-free way of cooking, with endless possibilities for customisation.
By simply adding in a handful of toasted nuts, something sweet like sultanas, a few spoonfuls of chewy grains like barley or spelt, then a crumbling of cheese; a boring salad can start to look a lot more like dinner.
In Salad Feasts, Jessica Elliott Dennison guides you through the art of creating the perfect meal with over 60 foolproof recipes that turn salads into flavour-packed, midweek meals. From a quick, 10-minute Radicchio, Stilton and Pear salad, to the slow cooked Anchovy Roast Peppers with Smoky Tomato Beans, each recipe provides alternative substitute ingredients that are designed to make your salad-making flexible and easy, no matter the season.
Including feasting menus to elevate your salads into occasion-worthy spreads, as well as a basic recipe formula to guide you, these are easy-to-assemble, delicious meals that transform ordinary salads into extraordinary feasts.
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|Publisher:||Hardie Grant London|
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About the Author
Jessica Elliott Dennison is the founder of the much-loved Elliott's on Sciennes Road in Edinburgh. From her open Kitchen at 27 Sciennes Road she creates a weekly-changing, seasonal menu for the local neighbourhood along with simple baking, good coffee and fermented drinks. Her new Shop along the road at 21 Sciennes Road is an inspiring space combining store cupboard ingredients, thoughtful homeware, cheese, wine and house-made products inspired by childhood, holiday and the makers and artists that inspire Jess most.
Alongside running Elliott's, Jess is a regular contributor to food and culture magazine, including Courier and Liz Earle Wellbeing. Her recipes have been featured in Vogue, The Telegraph, Monocle, Delicious, Homes and Interiors and Good Food.
Lazy Baking is the third in a flexibound series by Hardie Grant, following Salad Feasts and Tin Can Magic.