What’s in your salad?

If it’s the same group of ingredients that you’ve used throughout the spring and summer, it’s time to expand your choices to cool weather ingredients.

Good Eggs, purveyor of premium produce in the San Francisco Bay area, created the chart below to make it easy for you to mix and match.

Just go down the rows and pick what salad appeals to you today.

Depending on where you live, you may find many other choices in specialty produce stores or farmers markets.

Check out this list of fall fruits and vegetables and you’ll find something new.

There’s so much choice, you can create different versions until spring veggies crop up.
 
 
FALL SALAD RECIPES

  • Ambrosia Salad
  • Apples, Lardons & Watercress Salad
  • Autumn Panzanella
  • Bread Salad with Butternut Squash
  • Chopped Fennel & Apple Salad
  • Citrus Salads
  • Endive Salad With Figs
  • Five fall salad recipes, including a Fall Chicken Caesar
  • Pear Salad
  • MIX & MATCH from the chart below
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    [1] A fall-ingredients salad of lacinato kale, Asian pear, pistachios and pomegranate arils (all photos © Good Eggs).


    [2] Toss kale or spinach with two types of squash, grilled onions and a large dice of root vegetables.

     

    [3] Mix and match: Select ingredients from as many rows as you like.

      


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