Monday to Sunday, have yourself A Salad A Day!Monday
's child is fair of face,Tuesday
's child is full of grace,Wednesday
's child is full of woe,Thursday
's child has far to go,Friday
's child is loving and giving,Saturday
's child works hard for a living,
And a child born on the Sabbath day
Is bonnie and blythe, and good and gay.
...a poem from our childhood...a touch of nostalgia...reminiscences of days when fresh, wholesome foods came from garden to table with love and care.
In this book, authors Ruth Moorman and Lalla Williams have again combined their culinary talents to create delectable salad recipes based on a theme as fresh and wholesome as the salads themselves "like a child swinging on a lovely spring day," Monday's salads feature flowers (yes, flowers) for unique, pretty salads that are fair of face. Poultry and the graceful egg are the feature salads for Tuesday. Wednesday's woes are brightened by colorful vegetable salads. Since Thursday's child has far to go, meat salads provide the necessary protein. Friday's seafood salads are generously prepared so that they can be lovingly shared. Saturday's child works hard for a living and will welcome meal-in-a-dish salads to lighten the work in the kitchen. And for Sunday, the bonnie fruit salads are so special, they are good enough to serve for desserts.
Salads are always welcome.