By Late Autumn we have finally accepted that Summer has passed. Days and nights are cooler and mornings cold. The heater comes on. Rains are also expected. Farmers turn hopeful eyes skyward, keen to ensure farming efforts won’t go to waste and it won’t be another year of drought.
Salads are heavier, often featuring grains, lentils, pasta and even bread. French style, Italian style, Greek style, Persian style, we don’t really mind, as long as the salads are simple and delicious. Winter veggies and fruit are appearing in the shops.
Here are 30 of our best salads for Late Autumn.