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Bibb Lettuce Salad

Sweet Bibb lettuce contrasts well with a piquant, creamy Parmesan dressing. Good with crisp cooked pancetta, or bacon, or strips of prosc...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Red Lettuce with Honey-Maple Vinaigrette

I like to combine honey and maple syrup, not because I have an incredible sweet tooth, but because I like the different types of sweetnes...

by Robin Miller


Grilled Vegan Caesar Salad

You don't need anchoves or Worchestershire sauce to make a Caesar worth its weight in gold. This vegan Caesar dressing works like a charm...

by Daphne Oz


Roast Chicken with Boiled Potatoes and Boston Lettuc...

I was born near Lyon in the town of Bourg-en-Bresse, famous for its “chickens of Bresse,” which have white plumage, red combs, and blue f...

by Jacques Pepin


Papas Chorreadas with Romaine

Papas chorreadas is a staple of Colombian cuisine. The combination of potatoes and cheese works the world over. This dish adds style to s...

by Norman Van Aken


Boston Lettuce, Oranges, and Red Onion Salad with Gi...

This beautiful citrus salad is so light and refreshing, it's almost a palate cleanser. I've served it at fancy dinner parties and at scho...

by Robert W. Surles


Gratin of Radicchio

With a larger baking dish, this can be doubled for a larger party. It is definitely party food, say with roast veal.

by Barbara Kafka and Christopher Styler


Wally’s Chopped Salad

This salad is said to have originated at the Palm restaurant, where it’s called the Monday Night Salad. About 20 years ago, when one of t...

by Molly O'Neill


Spring Lettuces with Sweet Peas, Chives, Dill, and ...

Herb leaves are a standout when used as a major component in a salad. Pile them on and mix them up—replace the dill with chervil or basil...

by Frank Stitt


Radicchio Slaw with Warm Honey Dressing

The more I learn about the cooking of the southern United States, the more I see similarities with southern Italy. Both regions love swee...

by Michael Chiarello


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