Salad Freak: Recipes to Feed a Healthy Obsession Spiral-Bound | March 29, 2022

Jess Damuck

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Delicious and beautiful recipes from Martha Stewart's personal salad chef and the self-proclaimed "Bob Ross of salads."

A USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestseller, Salad Freak features delicious and beautiful recipes from Martha Stewart’s personal salad chef and the self-proclaimed “Bob Ross of salads.”
 
Foreword by Martha Stewart
 
Offering more than 100 inspired recipes, recipe developer and food stylist Jess Damuck shares her passion for making truly delicious salads. Salad Freak encourages readers to discover and embrace their own salad obsessions. With the right recipes, you will want to eat salad for every meal and never get bored.
 
By playfully combining color, texture, shape, and, of course, flavor, Damuck demonstrates how a little extra effort in the kitchen can be meditative, delicious, and fun. The recipes—such as her Citrus Breakfast Salad; Tea-Smoked Chicken and Bitter Greens Salad; Caesar Salad Pizza Salad; and Roasted Grapes, Ricotta, Croutons, and Endive Salad—are meant to be hearty enough for a meal all year round but versatile enough to be incorporated into a larger menu.
 
For Damuck, the perfect salad balances each bite, with something tart enough to twinge your cheeks, something sweet to balance out the bitter, and something with a little salty crunch to finish. Salad Freak is not just about eating to feel good; it’s about confidently combining flavors to create fresh, bright, and satisfying meals that you will want to make again and again.
 
Includes color photographs

Publisher: ABRAMS
Original Binding: Hardcover Paper over boards
Pages: 272 pages
ISBN-10: 141975839X
Item Weight: 2.3 lbs
Dimensions: 7.6 x 1.1 x 9.4 inches
Customer Reviews: 3 out of 5 stars 101 to 500 ratings
“If Alison Roman is the queen of stews, Damuck easily reigns in the kingdom of salads.”
-Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Jess Damuck has worked with Martha Stewart for the past decade as a food editor, producer, food stylist, and personal salad maker, including on VH1's Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party. Damuck has also worked at Bon Appétit, Food Network, Apartment Therapy, and Vox Creative, and has produced thousands of food-related web videos for clients. She does an Instagram show called #3hoursalads and has a monthly menu and playlist newsletter called Something Fussy. Damuck recently worked as a culinary producer for a forthcoming Duff Goldman/Jim Henson Company production. Last year, she guest-starred with Martha in one of the final episodes of HBO's High Maintenance. She lives in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles.