Monthly Archive: August 2005


Chicago Tribune Good Eating: Salad Secrets

By Elaine Glusac In this era of pre-washed, pre-chopped greens, anyone can make a salad. Open the bag, dump contents into a bowl and add bottled dressing. Ho-hum. So why do salads still taste better coming from a restaurant kitchen? Hint: it isn’t just because someone else did the cooking. There’s a whole lot of …

Continue reading »