January 24, 2011
Winter salads don't have to look anything like their summer counterparts. This salad is cooked but served cold and features something seasonal — butternut squash — with one of the heartier greens — kale.
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Adding seasonal ingredients elevates any cold-weather salad
There is such a thing as winter salad. In fact, there are several examples of ways to enjoy salad in the winter without feeling like everything you’re eating is coming from the Southern Hemisphere — no offense to Chile and New Zealand, of course.