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Author: James McNair
ISBN13: 978-0877018193
Title: James McNair's Salads
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Language: English
Category: Main Courses and Side Dishes
Publisher: Chronicle Books; First Edition edition (June 1, 1991)
Pages: 96

James McNair's Salads by James McNair



Fans of James McNair's bestselling Cold Pasta, take heed: this latest volume offers a brand new array of exciting recipes for delicious, hearty salads. Once again, the emphasis is on salads that can serve as either main dishes or single courses and, as always, McNair's selections boast a decidedly international flair.

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James McNair - one of America's most innovative cookbook authors - is also the photographic designer, prop and food stylist, and book designer for his bestselling single-subject series. I wanted a salads cookbook for my grand daughter for Christmas this year and James McNair's Salads cookbook just fits the bill.

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Fans of James McNair's bestselling Cold Pasta, take heed: this latest volume offers a brand new array of exciting recipes for delicious, hearty salads. The recipes include such exotic combinations as Poached Lobster and Spicy Cabbage in Thai-Style Vinaigrette, Warm Quail and Sausage Salad; Grilled Pancetta-Wrapped Figs and Arugula in Lavender Dressing and Louisiana Fried Oyster, Corn, and Chicory Salad.

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James McNair (October 1, 1951 – June 7, 2014), known by his stage names Jimmy Mack and Uncle Jimmy Mack, was an American comedian and writer. Early in his career, McNair worked a number of jobs, including caseworker at a homeless shelter. He also worked to help those in his neighborhood, holding frequent fundraisers and serving food at a local Salvation Army shelter.

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Fans of James McNair's bestselling Cold Pasta, take heed: this latest volume offers a brand new array of exciting recipes for delicious, hearty salads. Once again, the emphasis is on salads that can serve as either main dishes or single courses and, as always, McNair's selections boast a decidedly international flair. The recipes include such exotic combinations as Poached Lobster and Spicy Cabbage in Thai-Style Vinaigrette, Warm Quail and Sausage Salad; Grilled Pancetta-Wrapped Figs and Arugula in Lavender Dressing and Louisiana Fried Oyster, Corn, and Chicory Salad. As with all the books in this popular single-subject series, each recipe is accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions and a gorgeous, full-page color photograph of the author's stylish presentations.?

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Reviews: 7
Angana
Any book written by Jim McNair is great for all levels of cooking skills. He combines the unique with the simple, the different with the familiar, and it is all easily accomplished. I have a large compendium cookbook he has written and several of his smaller books. Each one is excellent and easy to follow. He brings together a wide variety of cuisines and tastes. The Salads book is very good in today's world with the current emphasis in adding fresh greens to one's diet. McNair offeres delicious alternatives and choices.
Tholmeena
U purchased this book years
Uste
All of McNair's books are excellent in content and presentation. The recipes are inventive, easy to read and follow and tasty. The photography and styling are superb.
Elastic Skunk
I wanted a salads cookbook for my grand daughter for Christmas this year and James McNair's Salads cookbook just fits the bill.
Manarius
I only own a couple of James McNair's books, and his recipes seem to lean towards the fancy and complex... some ingredients may be too specialized or expensive for the common kitchen. These books do not pretend to be the be-all-and-end-all on any topic: they are made to present a couple-dozen recipes which can spice up your meals and wow the dinner guests at your next get-together.
Having said that, these books do present some amazing recipes, beautifully photographed in a way which inspires you to jump in and try to create something new. Some of the salads presented here are simple enough to make from what you've got in your pantry, and several of the combinations (Crab and Melon with Mint Vinaigrette, for instance) are so distinctive and wonderful that I know I'll be making them again and again.
This Salads book has a number of wonderful ideas. It is slanted towards several recipes from both the Southwest U.S. and Southeast Asia, but there are other more "traditional" items, many of which can be made throughout the year. It's not "your mother's recipe book," but if you want to jazz up your meals and experiment a bit (and eat healthy in and out of summer), this is a good place to start.
Kulwes
Love the layout love the recipes
Thofyn
I'll admit I only tried a couple of recipes from this one but I'm very familiar with the author's other books. McNair is a true pro. But most the recipes in this one were a bit over the top even for your average formal get together. It seems like you would need to be highly experienced to combine these powerful, exotic salads with a full meal. And events where that kind of meal would be appropriate are few and far between for the average American. But if you can pull it off I'd be willing to be the major of these recipes would be delicious. The couple I had were great.