Guest Picks: A Summer Salad
This simple set would make a great summer wedding gift!
Dry leaves are a must if you want your salad to last. While there are a number of ways you can do this yourself, a salad spinner is quick and easy.
The chef-powered veggie chopper is a quick way to get chopping done, no onion-tears required.
If you’re outside for a barbecue or potluck, a double-walled bowl helps to keep your salad chilled!
The thick structure of this bowl is sure to stand out, and the high sides make it easy to toss the salad without worrying about anything spilling out.
This amazing bowl is a perfect balance of asymmetry and symmetry.
Maybe you prefer ultra-modern for your salad bowl. This one would make a Thai shredded salad stand out beautifully, and it comes with built-in servers.
These Alessi salad servers are ultra sleek and definitely steal the show in your salad presentation.
The perfect plate for a salad has a little depth. These very simple plates are great for a dinner setting.
Wooden salad bowls are not just for serving. These angled bowls are lovely and just right for holding.
Oil and vinegar go together in a dressing, and now they can live together in these puzzle bottles.
This cruet set can easily be carried from the cabinet to the table for salad drizzling.
A self-emulsifying dressing container! It’s just the right size for your homemade dressings.
Do you want some cucumber slices with your salad? I imagine this tool would be handy for individualized salads that can be assembled on demand.
These salad scissors are awesome for making salad directly in the bowl, for anyone looking for the quickest prep and least amount of cleanup.
One peeler with both straight and serrated edges makes prep even easier and means less rummaging around in the drawers.
I think that every kitchen needs a julienne peeler. This will change the way you eat salad!
Soggy salad is the worst. Bring your dressing in a GoToob for a single-serving lunch.
Keeping your salad pieces apart is genius. This way your greens can stay fresh and unbruised.
The Zojirushi food jar is the best way to keep your salad cold if you don’t have quick access to a fridge when taking a salad on the go.Next: Budget Decorator: 16 Ways to Bring Summer Into Your Kitchen
A small whisk is the best for preparing dressing for just one bowl of salad.