TIP OF THE DAY: Fruit In Your Salad

Apple slices and chopped walnuts in a green salad. Photo courtesy Equinox Maple Flakes.   America needs more fruit in its green salads. Except for Asian chicken salads that toss in mandarin segments, we tend to keep a strict separation of fruits and vegetables. One of THE NIBBLE’s consulting chefs, Eric Dantis, always added some…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Pickled Vegetables Or Fruits

TOP: Serve a beautiful pickled vegetable tray or use the veggies as plate garnishes (photo courtesy The National | NYC) BOTTOM: You can make quick pickles in an hour (photo courtesy Typhoon).   Have you ever made pickled vegetables? This tip isn’t about “putting up” vegetables for winter in sterilized jars. Just a few days…
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