Salad Doesn’t End with Summer

Eat salad all year long with these winter-friendly recipes

By SAVEUR Editors

Published on January 3, 2015

Spring and summer provide a bounty of fresh produce perfect for making salads. But that doesn't mean fall and winter should come up short on the salad front. By using seasonal produce, dried fruits, and frozen vegetables, you can make these wonderful salads even with snow on the ground. Take a look at our favorite cold-weather salad recipes made with the likes of kale, beets, and arugula.

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