Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Salads

Farm Stand Salad

Maybe you like to shop at farm stands and farmers’ markets. (You should.) Maybe your significant other likes to shop at farm stands and you go along for the ride. […]

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Grilled Salade Niçoise

The classic salad from Nice is the epitome of Provençal cooking—bright colors and bold flavors in a dish that’s refreshing, nourishing, and sustaining.

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Moroccan Grilled Pepper Salad

Forget about the twelfth century Koutoubia Mosque or the Jemaa el Fna (the medieval city square). The real marvel of Marrakech is its salad. Or more precisely the array of […]

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Bell Pepper Salad with Capers and Pine Nuts

Roasted peppers loom so large on America’s culinary landscape now, it’s hard to believe there was a time when we ignored their very existence. I didn’t get my first taste […]

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Roasted Bell Pepper Salad with Anchovies and Garlic

La Brigada, in the San Telmo district, is one of the obligatory stops on a beef eater’s pilgrimage through Buenos Aires, and if with each passing year the tourists seem […]

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Creamy Caesar Dressing for Salad

The genius of this dressing lies in combining seemingly discordant ingredients — garlic, anchovies, sharp Parmesan cheese — into a harmonious whole.

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Grilled Caesar Salad

Caesar salad originated in Tijuana, Mexico, in 1924, the invention of a genial Italian restaurateur named Caesar Cardini. The grilled romaine is served in halves and crowned with the creamy, […]

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BLT Salad

If the BLT ranks as one of the world’s great sandwiches, imagine what the combination can do for a salad. It’s one of the rare occasions when iceberg lettuce works […]

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Red, White, and Blue Potato Salad

Many supermarkets carry red, white, and blue fingerling potatoes these days, but if you can’t find them, everyday full-size red- or white-skinned potatoes will taste just as good.

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