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eBook Twelve Months of Monastery Salads: 200 Divine Recipes for All Seasons ePub

by Victor Antoine d'Avila-Latourrette

  • ISBN: 1558323325
  • Category: Main Courses and Side Dishes
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Victor Antoine d'Avila-Latourrette
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard Common Press; Reprint edition (March 8, 2006)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1426 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1925 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 415

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Brother Victor-Antoine has created the ultimate salad cookbook. This book is brilliantly organized around the twelve months of the year. Among the countries providing salad inspiration for this book are Indonesia, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, and Russia. The Brother even puts his own spin on classic recipes like Caesar Salad and Potato Salad. Personally, I think that the recipe for Panzanella (Italian Bread Salad) is worth the price of this book.

Victor, Brother, d'Avila-Latourrette, Antoine. This engaging collection of more than 200 fresh, satisfying salads is arranged according to the bounty of the seasons, from the earliest spring harvest, through the overwhelming plenty of summer, through heartier fare in colder weather. It may takes up to 1-5 minutes before you received it.

InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates . As Brother Victor states in the book’s introduction, A salad, carefully prepared, is always an occasion for celebration.

InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads-a cuisine in harmony with traditional monastic cooking. This engaging collection of more than 200 delicious, satisfying salads is organized according to the bounty of the seasons from the first spring harvest (Salmon and Cucumber Salad) to the heartier fare of the winter months (Venetian Gorgonzola Salad).

All the recipes include a recipe for the dressing to accompany it. I find it interesting that most are vinegar- or. .A book full of great salad ideas. The ingredients are common, nutritious and not too many. This is a nice book to keep around. I find it interesting that most are vinegar- or mustard- based. And these guys really like their onions, so you may want to cut t I love this cookbook. The author is a monk from a St. Benedict monastery in New York. The cookbooks is divided into 12 sections for each month, and each section features vegetables that are in season in the monastery gardens that month. I've tried 4 or 5 of these salads and all but one have been great.

InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-­selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads-a . Monastic cooking centers on simple, fresh, wholesome ingredients, and monks rely a great deal on the seasonal harvest of their gardens.

InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads - a cuisine .

InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads - a cuisine in harmony with traditional monastic cooking. This is the tenth cookbook by Benedictine Monk Brother Victor-Antoine D'Avila-Latourrette and the fifth that is organized to reflect recipes by season or by other milestones in the course of the year.

200 Divine Recipes for All Seasons. by Brother Victor A. d'Avila-Latourrette. InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads-a cuisine in harmony with traditional monastic cooking.

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200 salad recipes from Brother Victor-­Antoine d'Avila-­Latourrette in New York state. He is the author of numerous books, including the best-­selling Twelve Months of Monastery Soups and From a Monastery Kitchen. Brother Victor-­Antoined’Avila-­Latourrette is a resident monk at Our Lady of the Resurrection Monastery, a monastery that lives under the Rule of St. Benedict and is located near Millbrook, New York.

Salads are healthy, convenient, versatile, and more popular than ever due to the year-round availability of high quality salad ingredients. According to a recent survey, 95% of Americans eat salad at least three times per week. InTwelve Months of Monastery Salads, best-selling author Brother Victor celebrates creative, nourishing salads - a cuisine in harmony with traditional monastic cooking. Monastic cooking centers on simple, fresh, wholesome ingredients, and monks rely a great deal on the seasonal harvest of their gardens. This engaging collection of more than 200 delicious, satisfying salads is organized according to the bounty of the seasons from the first spring harvest (Salmon and Cucumber Salad) to the heartier fare of the winter months (Venetian Gorgonzola Salad). In each season there are salads that honor saints, such as St. Michael's Salad, which pairs delicious ripe tomatoes with onions, olives, fresh basil, and mozzarella. There are also salads from countries across the globe, including German Potato Salad, South American Bean Salad, and Indian Curried Lentil Salad. As Brother Victor states in the book's introduction, "A salad, carefully prepared, is always an occasion for celebration.�

Comments

Vivaral Vivaral
Not sure what else I could add to what others have said, so here goes my review...
My husband and I are older and looking to eat simple and fresher. This book along with his other one for soups has been tasty and fun. One of us makes salad, the other soup, we include a variety of artisan breads, good wine. We enjoy meal time more than ever now and feel better. After we make and eat most of these it will be on to the next food adventure. Cheers ;)
Falya Falya
I had this book for years before I finally made a New Year's resolution to eat my way through it. Seven months into it, I am so glad I did. I am really enjoying the salads. The recipes are arranged by month using seasonally available produce. It's inexpensive, healthy food with easy preparation. Most of the recipes have few ingredients, yet there is a lot of variety. Some of the combinations are surprising. Best of all, the dressings are simple and made from scratch. So far every recipe I've tried has been good, and I have the satisfying feeling that I'm taking care of myself by eating well. For me this book is a great success story, so much so that I bought the Kindle copy too so I can refer to it in the supermarket or make a contribution to meals when staying with friends. I also bought a copy of the book as a gift, and it's now sitting unused on the recipient's bookshelf. Ah well. If you need inspiration to make and eat more salads, buy this book, overcome any remaining salad resistance, and actually use it!
Wiliniett Wiliniett
As a perpetual dieter I need to eat vegetables, a lot. I'd become very sick of salad and making them when I came across this book in my library. My entire family loved the couple of recipes I tried, and I was happy because everything tasted very good, so I bought the book. There is a great variety of salad types from potato and pasta to leafy and everything in between. The book is organized by season but don't be afraid to explore outside the current season, since different regions have different growing seasons, and grocery stores often (not always) have good produce out of season.
Endieyab Endieyab
I love salads but get a little bored with them. This is an amazing cook book because the salad recipies are unique and delicious.

This book reflects the love of gardening of Brother Victor-Antoine. Recipies are divided into seasons so that you can cull from your own garden or easily find the ingredients you'll need at the right time of the year.

You'll love Brother Victor and his ingenuous receipies. It's great getting cooking advice from a monk!
Oppebro Oppebro
200 EASY, varied, tasty recipes with few ingredients and simple dressings. Arranged by month and availability of produce grown in monastery, this book is a gem and invites you to experiment with unusual pairings. Recipes from many other countries are included as well as the chef's own creations. For anyone trying to include more vegetables (and less meat) in your diet for health and weight reasons, this is the book for you. You can still go to the Greens or Chez Panisse cookbooks for other unique (and time-consuming) salads, but for daily use this is the best I've found in decades of being a total foodie who loves to cook and entertain.
Yainai Yainai
If like many gardeners you have seasonal overabundance, in Twelve Months of Monastery Salads: 200 Divine Recipes for All Seasons you are sure to find interesting, easy and well described recipes for that surplus.
Celace Celace
difficult book to find now.
Love both of the books in this series, the salads are simple, with easy instructions. I also recommend the 12 months of Monastery Soups. Complete the set!