Sometimes a salad for dinner is just the thing. You can give your crockpot and pans the night off and lighten up with fresh greens and seasonal fruits. Low in calories, high in fiber and rich in nutrients, salads are healthy and will keep you feeling better and looking fit. Composed well, a salad can be filling, flavorful and nutritious. Food and Lifestyle Expert Chadwick Boyd shares the secrets to great fall salads. Pomegranate,cranberries and organic greens, will turn even the pickiest eater into a salad lover.
About Chadwick Boyd: Travels the country studying the ever-changing food culture. He regularly appears on Food Network, Lifetime, NBC, FOX and PBS sharing tips on how to live better through food. A regular speaker and writer, Chadwick has helped concept and develop 15 food and lifestyle books and self-published a recipe collection titled, “Entertaining with Vegetables,” to help everyday home cooks make fresh, modern meals from the produce department. He has also developed recipes and food features for Better Homes and Gardens, the Today Show, Southern Living, Huffington Post, Serious Eats, Food52, The Kitchn and more.