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  1. the grub street diet
    Melissa Ben-Ishay Makes Bok Choy Toast for ‘Content Day’I never thought would be possible to write a book about salad … because I bake cupcakes for a living.”
  2. endorsements
    A Sharper, Snappier, Picklier Health SaladPoulet Sans Tête’s version goes heavy on the cucumbers and skips the sugar.
  3. do the robot
    The Saladbots Are ComingAt Sweetgreen, Skynet meets the Caesar.
  4. reminders
    You Should Really Go Eat This SaladThere are two weeks left to try Grub Street’s latest signature salad.
  5. burning questions
    Can You Make a Salad That Tastes Like a Breakfast Sandwich?Grub Street teamed up with Just Salad to answer this eternal question once and for all.
  6. grub guides
    The Best Way to Hack Your Lunch Salad, According to 11 Food ExpertsUp your Sweetgreen or Chopt game with a little help from the professionals.
  7. hm
    Kraft Debuts New ‘Salad Frosting,’ Daring America’s Parents to Simply Give UpThis country had a good run, folks.
  8. green
    We Know Where to Find the Best Salad to Eat This JanuaryIt’s time to appreciate one of the country’s most underrated salad genres.
  9. grub guides
    12 Stunning Salads That Are Way Better Than Your Standard CaesarFrom a grilled-strawberry situation to a three-layered salad inspired by street food in Taiwan.
  10. the u.g. digest
    The Underground Gourmet Digest: The Best New Things to Eat Right Now, RankedMeat on a stick, red beans and rice, instant coffee, and more.
  11. the dish
    Why Mark’s Madison Avenue Salad Is Still a New York FavoriteFreds at Barneys chef Mark Strausman estimates that he’s slung over a million of them.
  12. in print
    Former City Bakery Salad Guru’s First Cookbook Makes You Want to Eat Your GreensIn Saladish, Rosen treats the oft-maligned category not as a necessary nutritional evil but as a way of seeing (and eating) the world.
  13. the dish
    Is Hemp the Next Kale?At Norman, the young lettuces salad features the highly unusual green.
  14. the dish
    At Ancolie, Opening Friday in Greenwich Village, Everything Comes in a JarEven the Rainbow Salad.
  15. the dish
    Vic’s Sun Gold–Tomato Salad Is the Ultimate Summer Greenmarket DishLycopene addicts will want to devour it through August and well into the fall.
  16. customer revolts
    Customers Are Quite Upset Over Chop’t’s New Menu ChangesThe chain removed a bunch of salads and dressings, and people are not pleased.
  17. Rinse Before Using
    Living Frog Found Inside Bag of Wal-Mart Salad Greens Speaks OutA Florida woman says her bag of mixed greens contained a pink frog.
  18. Freebies
    Honeygrow Opens Tomorrow; Gives Away the House TodayThe high-tech stir-fries and salads spots makes it official tomorrow, but today they are giving everything away for free.
  19. Salads
    The Globe Might Get Its Own GreenhouseInk-stained wretches get their greens.
  20. Openings
    California Monster Salads Attack Santa MonicaBread cones and kale lemonade anyone?
  21. Empire Building
    Mixt Greens Headed to Malibu VillageTwo retail spaces are being combined into one for the third L.A. location of San Francisco’s salad titan.
  22. Openings
    Greens Up! Throws Down on MontanaThe Sawtelle location shutters for more chic climes.
  23. Slideshow
    First Look Into The Salad Bowl, Soft-Open in Beverly HillsThis Subway of salads already got a boost from the Governor.
  24. Openings
    The Salad Bowl Opening in Beverly Hills This WeekA Texas chain allows customers to create their own salads in Beverly Hills.
  25. Mediavore
    When Michelle Obama Speaks, Kraft Listens; Is Portland the Food Truck Capital?Major food companies make changes with inspiration from Michelle Obama and an Oregon city might have L.A. beat on food trucks.
  26. Empire Building
    Largest Tender Greens Opens Tomorrow in HollywoodAfter several delays, Sunset and Vine will get L.A.’s most sustainable fast-food chain.
  27. The Food Chain
    Jessica Boncutter Is Refreshed by the Breslin’s Pear-and-Gorgonzola Salad“We all know April’s style of cooking is very rich and robust, and we love her for it! But the most delicious thing I had was actually a salad.”
  28. Mediavore
    David Myers’ Friends Turned Off by Comme Ca Ruckus; Get a Call from Steve YoungA leading chef sound proofs his restaurant for pals and California plans to lead the way in bovine emission research.
  29. Openings
    Isaac Toast Opens First U.S. Store in WestwoodA Korean chain expands to the U.S. in Westwood.
  30. Mediavore
    Grayz to Become Straight-Up Restaurant; Fran Derby Lands at SolexA publicist makes the ultimate sacrifice, tomatoes come back to Taco Bell, and more, from our daily news roundup.
  31. NewsFeed
    Balthazar Bakery, on the Corner, Clockin’ CroutonsIs the bastion of bread trying to tell us, “Just say no to croutons”?
  32. The New York Diet
    Model Catherine McNeil Finds Comfort in Chicken Burgers Earlier this year Times fashion writer Guy Trebay declared 17-year-old Catherine McNeil to be “fashion’s latest crush,” citing her photo shoots for Mario Testino, her campaigns for Hugo Boss and Dolce & Gabbana, and her sudden status as the sought-after runway model. McNeil has lived on the Lower East Side since moving from Australia in February and can often be found at expat hangout Ruby’s wolfing chicken burgers like her mom used to make. “It’s chicken breast, and you can put lettuce and sweet chili sauce and stuff on it,” she explains. Not that she did much eating out this week between shoots for Another magazine and Versace. We caught her on the way to the airport (she was flying to Paris for a Gaultier shoot) and asked her what she noshed on.
  33. Mediavore
    Restaurant Girl to be ‘Daily News’ Critic; INS Crackdown PanicsIt’s a proud day for bloggers everywhere as Danyelle “Restaurant Girl” Freeman has been installed as the restaurant critic for the Daily News. [Eater] Her appointment raises the old question of whether a critic should really be anonymous. [VV] Restaurant workers all over town are freaking out, thanks to a major crackdown on illegal immigrants. [NY1]
  34. In the Magazine
    Summer Brings Hot Dogs, Barbecue, and Department-Store Salads Summer is upon us at last, and with it come the inevitable summer foods: hot dogs, barbecue, snap peas, salad … and pappardelle with truffles and butter. Well, not every food consumed in the hot months is inevitable. But this issue comes packed with hot-weather options. The Underground Gourmet reviews Willie’s Dawgs and PDT, the new chic cocktail lounge attached to Crif Dogs (you’ll have to read to understand). The city’s most ambitious barbecue opening yet happens this week; Gael Greene is very taken with Aurora Soho’s reverse commute; Pichet Ong takes off from the dessert business to create a killer sugar-snap-pea recipe; and Rob and Robin offer both a guide to the city’s top department-store salads and a quiz to determine your green-eats quotient, a test which only the most narrowly focused carnivore could possibly fail.
  35. At the Greenmarket
    Getting Fresh With Extra-Local Lettuce and Immature EggsThere’s already lovely salad to be had, and farms south of the city are beginning to pull up the first shoots of green garlic and chives; farmers upstate report that early crops will be harvested the moment the ground warms up enough.