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Spring Salads

Roundup

Now that daylight savings has *finally* arrived in Melbourne, and temperatures are slowly creeping beyond 20° celsius (wooo!), we’re craving bright, fresh home-cooked meals.

Today we round-up our favourite spring salad recipes, perfect for a weeknight dinner.

Pssst. Don’t forget, you can now browse our FOOD archives easily with endless scroll, Pinterest style!

4th October, 2017

Roasted Cauliflower Salad. Recipe by Lisa Marie Corso.  Props from left to right: salt and Pepper shakers from Pieces 4 Places, Hay Punched organiser from CULT and Hay Store Sydney, plate by Robert Gordon, fork by Cutipol from Francalia, and small colourful dish by Klein and Schon. Eye by AM Eyewear glasses from WINK Optometrists. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Lucy Feagins, styling assistant – Nat Turnbull.

Lucy’s easy Green Beans with Feta, Pine Nuts and Preserved Lemon. Props from left to right: Forty Nine Studio platter from The Establishment Studios, white linen napkin by Mr Draper, wood-grain plate and surface from The Establishment Studios. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Lucy Feagins/The Design Files. Styling Assistant – Nat Turnbull.

Lucy’s ‘tastiest, easiest leafy salad ever’ – Radicchio and Witlof Salad with Pomegranate Dressing. Recipe and styling – Lucy Feagins, Photo – Eve Wilson.

Lucy’s Spiced Lentil and Mixed Beetroot Salad served on Shiko plate. Styling and recipe – Lucy Feagins, styling assistant – Nat Turnbull, and photo – Eve Wilson.

Andrew McConnell’s Tomato Salad with Tofu, and Yuzu Kosho. Production – Lucy Feagins, photo – Eve Wilson.

Lucy’s European Coleslaw with red and green cabbage, watercress, pink radishes, parmesan and baby peas. Props by The Establishment Studios. Styling and recipe – Lucy Feagins, photo – Eve Wilson.

The tasty Caesar Salad that Lucy likes to whip up at home. Prop from left to right: white linen napkin by Mr Draper, Cutipol gold fork from Francalia, and white plate and surface from The Establishment Studios. Styling and recipe – Lucy Feagins, styling assistant – Nat Turnbull, photo – Eve Wilson.

Lucy’s Smoked Trout, Wild Rice and Edamame Bowl. Bowl by Sarah Schembri, cup and saucer from Muji, and cutlery from Cutipol. Styling – Lucy Feagins, styling assistant – Nat Turnbull, and photo – Eve Wilson.

Photography – Eve Wilson.

Lucy Feagins
Wednesday 4th October 2017

Today we’ve pulled together our favourite SPRING SALAD recipes from the TDF food archives, including many from Lucy’s own repertoire, alongside favourites from other notable local foodies including Lisa Marie Corso and Andrew McConnell!

In no particular order, our favourites include:

 · Lisa Marie Corso’s Roasted Cauliflower Salad – no one makes an enviable office lunch like Lisa! 

 · Lucy’s super easy GreenBeans with Feta, Pine Nuts and Preserved Lemon.

 · Lucy’s ‘tastiest, easiest leafy salad ever’ – Radicchio and Witlof Salad with Pomegranate Dressing

 · Lucy’s Spiced Lentil and Mixed Beetroot Salad – one of our most ‘pinned’ recipe photographs ever!

 · Andrew McConnell’s Tomato Salad with Tofu, and Yuzu Kosho – a simple tomato salad elevated into new territory with the addition of  the lip-smackingly tasty Japanese condiment ‘Yuzu Kosho’, made from fermented chilli and citrus peel. 

 · Lucy’s European Coleslaw with red and green cabbage, watercress, pink radishes, parmesan and baby peas.

 · The tasty Caesar Salad that Lucy likes to whip up at home.

 · This super simple, super satisfying Smoked Trout, Wild Rice and Edamame Bowl.

 

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