The theme of the book is salad.
Why salad? Because it's fast, it's simple, it's nutritious, it's aesthetic - so it meets all your dining needs today. Occasionally you don't even have to know how to cook, and salad-making gives you the unlimited freedom of creation, making it the most colorful genre in the strict sense of the word, if ... If we dare to let go of our imagination. This volume is inspired by the volume, which guides the reader through a season of vegetables and fruits based on seasonal vegetables and vegetables throughout a year, through 8 recipes per month. Raw or just-baked, Scandinavian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Far Eastern, vegetable, fruit, fish, meat or even cereal salads are sometimes presented in familiar, astonishing flavor combinations, all by the first volume author, Éva Bezzegh , in a relaxed, yet straightforward interpretation.
The book is aimed at both young and middle-aged, loving and knowledgeable urban women and men, gastronomers, beginners and advanced alike who are not necessarily keen on classic baking but who are sensitive to light foods and varied flavors, and who have aesthetics. The unique uniqueness of the book is that it has been made for almost a year, tracking how the landscape, nature is changing and how it is reflected on our plates. For the project, the publisher has managed to bring together a team of creators whose enthusiasm, talent and professionalism have taken their long months of work to high levels to complete this in an exceptionally beautiful and meaningful volume.