In my family, we never left a piece of lettuce behind. From a young age, I cherished the last wilted pieces of romaine or arugula from the bottom of our wooden salad bowl. My sister and I would save room to maximize the shoveling of lettuce soaked in acidic perfection. As my love for food… Continue reading A Classic Salad Dressing
Author: Clara Lyle
Clara Lyle spends her days cooking, researching, and writing about food. She grew up in New York City where she was raised on a never ending bicycle-fueled culinary adventure. After some wandering, Clara moved to New Orleans. She is a curator for the Southern Food and Beverage Museum and a cook at Donald Link’s Cochon Restaurant. You can usually find her bicycling around the city or cooking for friends.