Eye Candy: Summer Garden Lettuce Salad

Alice Waters's Summer Garden Lettuce Salad in the JBF Vegetables app

 

If there's anyone who knows vegetables, it's legendary chef, author, activist, and restaurateur Alice Waters. The pioneer of California cuisine shared her Summer Garden Lettuce Salad (pictured above) with us for our brand new recipe app, JBF Vegetables, which features mouthwatering vegetable recipes created by JBF Outstanding Chef award winners. Waters's simple yet vibrant salad calls for a mix of greens, radishes, and fresh herbs—the perfect dish to showcase that succulent summer produce before the season ends. 

 

About the JBF Vegetables app:

The inaugural James Beard Foundation app features an array of innovative, inspiring vegetable recipes by JBF Outstanding Chef award winners like Mario Batali, Daniel... Read more >

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Introducing Our Inaugural App: JBF Vegetables

The first-ever JBF app: James Beard Foundation Vegetables

 

Presenting the first-ever JBF app: James Beard Foundation Vegetables, a collection of innovative vegetable recipes conceived by Outstanding Chef award winners (including Daniel Boulud, Alice Waters, Thomas Keller, and many others), and based on the Foundation's Best of the Best cookbook. This stunner includes sharp high-definition videos, some of the most gorgeous and intuitive step-by-step photographs we've ever seen, shopping sections tailored to each dish, and other great features. It's available now in the Apple App store—and absolutely free for JBF members.

 

Learn more at jamesbeard.org/app. Read the full press release... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 10, 2014

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Daily Digest: March 27, 2014

wine

 

 

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Daily Digest: March 13, 2014

five-second rule

 

 A British microbiologist gives credence to the five-second rule. [Grub Street]

 

Stonyfield introduces new edible frozen yogurt packaging. [LAT]

 

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