Winter Salads

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Ask A Chef: Burrata With Beet & Blood Orange Salad

Chef John Sinopoli from Ascari Enoteca shares his recipe.


Southern Italian/Cold NYC Winter Salad

“Cutting the fennel as thin as humanly possible dials back some of the intensity of the anisey flavor, giving you more delicate but still crunchy strands of translucent goodness,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “Chilling the citrus makes the salad extra refreshing.”…


Beet & Citrus Salad

This bright salad makes the best of winter produce.


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Winter Green Salad With Shaved Roots

To get the garlic as fine as possible, grate it on a microplane zester (a.k.a. rasp), then mince with a chef’s knife.


Autumn Slaw with Dijon Dressing

A mandoline will make quick work of the vegetables in this salad. Juniper berries can be purchased at most bulk stores and better food shops.


Potato & Artichoke Salad

The potatoes, artichokes and pesto can all be prepared a day in advance and chilled. Dress the salad up to two hours before brunch and serve at room temperature.


Green Bean Salad

This salad is best served at room temperature, but it should be made at least 1 hour ahead. Remove from the fridge 30 minutes before serving. (Keep refrigerated if preparing more than 2 hours ahead.)…


Vermicelli Salad With Shiitakes And Baby Spinach

This dish is a spin on japchae, a popular appetizer traditionally served warm. Made with sweet potato starch, Korean vermicelli have a glassy appearance and chewy texture.


Tea-Brined Chicken Breasts On Asparagus Salad

Lightly pounding the chicken breast turns it into a chicken steak of sorts that will cook more quickly and evenly. Since breast meat is so lean, brining helps keep it juicy.


Heirloom Tomato & Blue Cheese Salad

If you can get your hands on it, use the piquant Dragon’s Breath blue cheese from That Dutchman’s Farm in Nova Scotia.


Beet Salad With Sunflower Seed Picada

In Spain, a picada is a combination of chopped garlic, bread and nuts, and usually used to thicken and flavor a sauce. Here, it adds a crispy, nutty element to the salad.

Decorating & Design

Interview: Susur Lee’s Winter Cooking Tips

Advice on making the most of cold-weather fare.