Salad Saturdays: Changing Textures

We hope everyone’s been enjoying their summer (and their salads) so far! Up until now, most of the featured cheese parings have been creative variations of a salad staple: goat cheese. This Salad Saturday, we hear from Baker-turned-cook and Food blogger, Marnely Rodriguez-Murray. She writes for Marcus Samuelsson’s Food Republic and Honest Cooking Magazine and her beautifully photographed site can be found at CookingwithBooks.net

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By now, you’re asking yourself “what is the cheese that sits atop Marnely’s summer salad?”

Nothing better than blue cheese crumbles over a crisp summer salad! The tangy cheese balances out flavors & adds texture to the meal! Even better? Try making your own blue cheese dressing for dips and salads – refreshing and delicious!

Mixing textures in a salad can really make it memorable, and that includes switching up the texture of the dressing! If you’re up for creating your own blue cheese dressing, You can pick up some blue cheese like Ile de France Roquefort cheese and try this recipe by Anjali Prasertong  for theKitchn.

Image courtesy of theKitchn

Follow Marnelly on Twitter at: @nella22 and like her page on Facebook: CookingwithBooksBlog!

Enjoy your Salad Saturday!

 

 

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