You don't need to go on a three-day juice fast to feel virtuous: just fill your plate with hearty greens, citrus fruits, roasted root vegetables, and other seasonal ingredients, as in these resolution-friendly winter salads.
Yes, we've heard the rumors that kale is so 2012, but we don't intend to stop eating it. Especially after tasting this incredible, reimagined Caesar.
This main-dish salad from JBF Award winner Mike Lata is best during the cooler months, when Lowcountry waters teem with sweet, milky-white shrimp.
A tart blood-orange vinaigrette adds flavor and antioxidants to a lovely beet salad. Mahón is a semi-firm Spanish cow's-milk cheese; Gouda can be substituted if necessary.
The warm garlic-and-anchovy-packed dressing is inspired by a traditional Piemontese bagna cauda, and it pairs beautifully with bitter winter greens.