Winter Greens with Persimmon and Vanilla-Citrus Vinaigrette
I enjoy this salad from mid-Autumn to the end of the year. The flavors, colors and textures make it a perfect candidate for any holiday meal.
I like combining winter greens – mild lamb’s lettuce, young spinach, robust rocket and a touch of spicy watercress or lemony purslane. The point is to combine different flavors in the salad so every bite is new and exciting. Mixing mild and assertive flavors helps to achieve this goal. I’ve also made this salad with just a nice batch of freshly harvested salad spinach leaves, and it worked great.
There are many different varieties
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