Thanks to Dinner Bell host Julia Ziegler-Haynes, you can get back on track with a winter salad that won’t make you feel like you’re dieting.
This makes and excellent simple first course in the fall, when the late season radicchio has developed a pleasantly bitter taste that really sings with the Asiago and then dances like fireflies with the fresh crunchy and tart green apples.
When I pick up a tomato, a set of data pops up on the screen in front of me telling me where the tomato was grown, as well as its nutritional properties and even its carbon footprint.
Whip up this morning-after-friendly feast of homemade bagels, beet-cured salmon, and more from Julia Ziegler-Haynes of 'The Dinner Bell.'
Crispy radicchio, golden beets, and bagna cauda.