A Salad You'll Want to Eat (Even When Cookies Are Everywhere)
Salad shouldn't be an obligation or an afterthought—and it doesn't always have to be kale, either. Today, Elizabeth Stark from Brooklyn Supper will help you make a salad you actually want to eat. You may think you've lost the ability to digest food other than cookies, cakes, or puddings, but have faith. Here's a salad to offer a welcome respite from holiday sweets.
It feels crazy to be writing about salad in the middle of the holiday blitz.
But writing about salad is what I do, and there is at least a chance, however distant, that you're pining for one and you don't even know it. You may think you've lost the ability to digest something that has neither butter nor sugar, but have faith.
I know what I'm up against, so I won't push some plain old salad on you right now. This salad has to count. And this one does. The all-raw line up lends a crunch factor that's beyond satisfying, and the creamy tahini dressing is bright, lemony, and just right for the job at hand. If you'd like to go about the simple business of reintroducing fiber into your diet or doing some pre-cookie bender prep, have at it. This beauty is also colorful and forgiving enough to make an appearance at the holiday table.
For the full recipe, check out “A Salad You'll Want to Eat (Even When Cookies Are Everywhere),” on Food52.