Salad Days

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There was a time, not so long ago, when a salad consisted of some iceberg lettuce, sliced tomatoes, cucumber and a dollop of salad cream. A salad was a mere garnish rather than a main meal. A salad was for those watching their waist-line or what you fed to your pet rabbit. But not anymore. Over recent years there has been a quiet and long-overdue salad revolution happening. Salad is now exciting, creative, uber-healthy and most often a quick-to-prepare satisfying meal in its own right. A good salad is the perfect quick-fix supper when you're home from work late as well as a totally acceptable supper to serve friends along with some decent bread a bottle of wine. Today I am sharing with you my pick of the best salad bowls on the market right now along with some inspirational recipes to get you started. Go create and enjoy. whitebrand agency variopinte

left: Set of 3 Variopinte Nesting Bowls - White Brand Agency, £59.00

right: Quinoa Salad with Fava Beans, Asparagus and Orange - La Tartine Gourmande

Orla Kiely John Lewis Salad Bowl

left: Spring Buckwheat Salad - Green Kitchen Stories

right: Orla Kiely Raised Stem Salad Bowl - John Lewis, £32.00

Reiko Kaneko SCP Salad Bowl

left: Terracotta Bowl by Reiko Kaneko for SCP - SCP, £63.00

right: Rhubarb Endive Salad - Adventures in Cooking

Donna Wilson Sprig Salad Bowl SCP

left: Cauliflower Couscous - Green Kitchen Stories

right: Sprig Salad Bowl by Donna Wilson - SCP, £61.00

Sue Pryke Salad Bowl Shop Tent

left: Wooden Bowl by Sue Pryke - Shop Tent, from £75.95

right: Sweetcorn, Peach and Cherry Salad with creamy Goats Cheese and Lime Dressing - Flourishing Foodie

Large Bowl Linda Bloomfield

left: Kale Salad with Green Apple and Sprouted Lentils - Veggie Num Num

right: Large Porcelain Bowl - Linda Bloomfield, £72.00