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A Light, Crisp Salad That Hints At Autumn

Wolfgang Puck


Last updated 11/11/2019 at 4:02pm

To prep Asian pears, use a mandoline, which cuts uniform slices or strips with a simple motion across one of its super-sharp blades. (Courtesy photo by

When people think about "autumn cooking," what comes to mind most often are ingredients that seem to offer the warmth and comfort we crave during the season: earthy, meaty-tasting mushrooms, savory-sweet mellow squashes, juicy-crisp apples combining spiciness and tanginess with their sweetness, and so on.

And all that produce I mentioned also abounds in what we think of as fall colors: golds, oranges, yellows, reds and browns.

But seasonal cooking right now doesn't always have to focus on such qualities. You can also create dishes filled with the essence of autumn that are as light, brig...

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