Fattoush is a classic Middle Eastern salad made with chopped tomato, romaine, herbs, and cucumber. It’s usually topped with small pieces of crispy, deep-fried pita bread and generously sprinkled with sumac, a delicious, tart spice with a slight raisin or sun-dried quality and bright crimson color. It’s one of Faith’s favorites.
Once you grill a hearty lettuce, like romaine, you’ll say, “Why haven’t I been grilling lettuce all along?” You could also grill other lettuces along with the romaine, like endive and radicchio. Once all the lettuces are charred: chop, chop, chop. Put the chopped lettuces in a wooden bowl that’s been rubbed with a garlic […]
From Faith: Done right, a steak salad is among the most satisfying dishes; alluring, filling, and not wildly unhealthy if you watch the proportions. The Food Network’s Giada DeLaurentis gets it right in this recipe. I loved the spark of the vinaigrette against the sliced meat, the crisp lettuce, and a sprinkling of cheese that serves […]