Sorry Homer, you absolutely do win friends with salad


Homer Simpson

Homer Simpson famously said ‘you don’t win friends with salad’.

But he obviously didn’t have access to all the mouth-watering salad recipes available in Delicious, Taste Magazine and Donna Hay.

Check out the 10 Substantial Salads article in the October issue of Delicious Magazine. Warren Mendes turns some of the season’s freshest produce into hearty salads.

Indulge in the tastes of Asia with Udon Noodle Salad with Teriyaki Tofu or the Raw Slaw with Sashimi. The article also features a recipe for Bun Cha (you’ll have to read the magazine to find out what this tasty dish is!).

Taste Magazine (p.50, October 2015) gets your taste buds tingling with recipes for super healthy Barbecue Power Salads that pop with flavour. Get your Weber Q firing with the Spiced Beef Salad, Citrus Herb and Chicken Salad, or Smoky Pork with Corn.

Get some fast, fresh and tempting salad ideas in Donna Hay Magazine (October 2015). Brimming with the best seasonal flavours, the collection of easy weeknight meals includes Chargrilled Thai Lamb Cutlets with Green Bean Salad and Cheat’s Satay Beef Skewers with Vermicelli Noodle Salad.

Eat your heart out Homer! These popular cooking magazines are freely available via the Library PressDisplay website or the PressReader app.

Published by PressReader; the PressDisplay website and PressReader app provide access to exactly the same newspapers and magazines, but through different interfaces.

Available for iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry and Kindle, the app will allow you to save papers for reading offline and to automatically download the latest editions of your chosen newspapers and magazines.

The PressReader app remembers a device’s affiliation with a Griffith staff member or student for 7 days after connecting on campus or via Virtual Private Network (VPN).

PressReader replaced print newspapers across all Griffith campus libraries earlier this year enabling anytime, anywhere, access to newspaper subscriptions. It also improves our sustainability footprint by reducing the amount of print material we use.



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