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Seriously Good Salads
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Seriously Good Salads
by Nicky Corbishley 
Page Street Publishing | July 2019 | ISBN-10: 1624148255 | ePUB | 286 mb

Say "Goodbye" to Sad Salads
Gone are the days when salads were disappointing meals made with wilted lettuce and a few standard veggies. In Seriously Good Salads, Nicky Corbishley shares 75 of her favorite salads, all packed with fresh flavor, loaded with exciting toppings and covered with delectable dressings.
Salad lovers looking for some extra protein to accompany their veggies will drool over Chipotle Chicken Cobb Salad, Salmon Sushi Salad and Chorizo and Lima Bean Salad. Other favorites, like Cheddar, Apple and Walnut Salad, Thai-Style Slaw with Peanut Dressing and Moroccan Couscous Salad with Orange and Apricot, are piled high with yummy cheeses, grains, nuts and more to keep you feeling full and happy. Nicky even includes fantastic fruit-based salads, like Orange Salad with Pistachios and Pomegranate, and all the tasty salad dressing recipes you could possibly want.
With Nicky's innovative flavor combinations and unique ingredients, it's easier than ever to turn a boring side salad into a showstopper of a meal the whole family will enjoy.

About the Author 
Nicky Corbishley is the founder of Kitchen Sanctuary. She is also a freelance writer and photographer whose work has been featured in County Living, Buzzfeed, Delish and Huffpost Tasting, among others. She is an award-winning food blogger who lives in the UK with her husband Chris and their two children, Gracey and Lewis.
After a 14-year career in corporate IT, Nicky wanted to do something more creative, whilst being able to spend more time with the children. With a life-long passion for cooking (and eating!), her blog Kitchen Sanctuary was born.
Initially it was intended to be a place to diarise her recipes, but it quickly grew, and Nicky was able to turn it into a full-time career towards the end of 2015.

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Mighty Meat and Poultry
Filling Fish and Seafood
Must-Try Cheese and Egg Salads
Nutritious Grains, Nuts and Seeds
Potatoes, Pasta, Rice and Bread for Any Occasion
Fruit-Based Salad Superstars
Bonus Salad Dressings