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“The Salad Chef Speaks, Part XXXVIII: Chef Pedro presents a Wonderful Salad for today—Gourmet Salads #1—absolutely Tasty, Great, and Good!” by Chef Pedro R. Munoz


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THE SALAD CHEF SPEAKS, PART XXXVIII

 


The Salad Chef Speaks, Part XXXVIII:   Chef Pedro presents a Wonderful Salad for today—Gourmet Salads #1—absolutely Tasty, Great, and Good!” by Chef Pedro R. Munoz

 

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President Barack Obama

Bakersfield, CA, 04-17-2013 W: Yesterday, we were discussing the insanity of the gun-grabbers running around not only Washington, D.C., but also in our state capital of Sacramento.  It is amazing to me as to how many people in the Democratic Party—my party—are going nuts over this latest issue, grabbing the guns of the nation’s law-abiding citizens.  This may be the point where I am going to part ways with the party to whom I’ve been loyal since my birth but if the President trots out the tragic parents of the kids killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, I am going to puke my guts.  It is as bad as the smucks—for whom I once felt sorry, no less!—from the 911 survivors, you know the families of those killed, who have formed their own group to go after legislators by bugging the hell out of them.  I feel sorry for all of those left behind but when they form their own groups for the responsibility of pursuing legislators to do this or to do that, it almost is as tragic as the events that spawned them.  Enough’s enough, people, I feel sorry for you for having lost your children but Adam Lanza did it with guns stolen from his mother who may have been a nut in her own right.  The key to this problem is the fact that mental illness seems to go untreated and that if someone wants a gun, they can find a gun.  I mean, look at the freak that was stabbing people on the campus at the school in Texas last week, that man was a known freak and yet, he was able to run around terrorizing people and it’s too bad someone with a gun didn’t step up and shoot him!  
Talk Radio Superstar Mark Levin

Our nation currently is undergoing a transformation I never once thought about until my more conservative friends began pointing things out to me.  I opened my eyes when I have seen the things that MY president has attempted to do and has managed to get away with doing, it’s almost frightening.  Did you know that the Supreme Court of the United States has denied him on at least SIX major attempts at seizing more power since 2012?   I could go into details but I believe that some things are best left up to the consumer to do his-or-herself as it is important that one seek information because they want to.  Too many people attempt to cover up things by burying their heads in the sand; I urge you to begin seeking alternative sources of information and not just get it from the three major networks, NBC, CBS, and ABC plus the other two, CNN and MSNBC.  Both of the last two push their own agendas, often in conjunction with the Democratic Party line, something I have come to resent. 
Talk Radio Superstar Rush Limbaugh

One of the things I have commenced doing is that I listen to some of the radio personalities that our blog offers, folks like Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh.  At first, Rush used to irritate the hell out of me as I saw him as a pompous asshole, someone who would sell his own mother into serfdom.  Then, after listening to him back and forth for several weeks on AM 600 KOGO out of San Diego, California, I found myself nodding my head in agreement with more and more of what he said.  When I began doing some introspective exercises, looking at the things he pointed out that embarrassed me because I found myself guilty of doing them; I had to admit that he was converting me.   While I still have difficulty admitting to this fact, I find that I now espouse more and more of what he says.  For one thing, the Constitution of the United States is very specific about the enumerated rights with which it says that God blesses us, his children.   God gives US the right to own firearms so we can defend ourselves from tyrannical governments.  It gives us the right to express our views as long as we do not scream “FIRE” in a crowded theater.  However, the Freedom of Speech, the Freedom to bear arms, the Freedom NOT to house soldiers in our homes, the Freedom to practice our religions freely as long as they cause no harm, ALL of these are God-given rights. 
Venezuelan Strongman and Thug, Hugo Chavez, RIP

I think that every American needs to understand and to study the Constitution of the United States as when we know it, we see how fragile our rights under the modern-day Democratic Party have become.  For one thing, if the government keeps gobbling up power the way in which, it has for the past five years, there may be nothing left in another three.  Look at what the Venezuelan people underwent with the murderous pro-Castro thug, Hugo Chavez—it is one of the poorest nations in all of Latin America thanks to him.  We need to stand up and to protect our Constitutional rights, our human rights, and every other right we hold dear.   In fact, this may be my coming out party, Democratic friends and family, and I know what that portends: expulsion from all I hold dear.  However, you can bet that I will begin proselytizing my employees as I think the sooner they understand that they hold the keys to their future rather than President Barack Obama and Governor Jerry Brown and that is a might empowering tidbit of knowledge.  Now is the time to begin standing up the onrushing tide of governmental control and all I hope is that Chief Justice John Roberts has both hands on his balls.  We cannot afford him and his fellow justices abrogating their duties ever again in the way that he specifically did when he did not strike the President’s atrocious Affordable Care Act DOWN due to the inability to sustain it.  I am telling you that I foresee dreadful things happening next January when the ignorant living among us wake up, smell the coffee, and become loco!

Today, we are making another very delicious, you know—adverbio totalmente— salad.  I have found that I do enjoy working in the pantry department and that when I have the opportunity to devise and to update our menus that designing salads is one of the most important parts of the job.  I think that once you try this exciting salad, you are going to be a convert to the pantry station for years to come, much the same way you were when you first began cooking.  Here it is:

(#1750-C) GOURMET SALAD

 


Every chef has his or her favorite salad and this is perhaps my most favorite of all I have in my repertoire.  I realize that many chefs find the salad and pantry menus to be the tiring part of menu-planning but to me, I enjoy doing it as much like the cocktail lounge, there’s a great deal of money one can make offering the best salads and sandwiches.  The idea is that when you create your master menu, each item on it has a secondary usage somewhere else so you can utilize leftover items or those we call “long in the tooth” meaning they need to be used before there’s no money to be made.  Therefore, if you create a menu that features a salad such as this, it is obvious that virtually everything on it is usable elsewhere on your menu so nothing goes to waste.  This is what being a professional chef is all about: utilizing everything in a profitable, crowd-pleasing way and this salad meets all of the requirements—and it is beautiful, too!
Yield:  four salads / Mis-en-place: 8-12 hours:
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
1
Head
Romaine lettuce, washed and prepped
See below #8
1
Head
Red leaf lettuce, washed and prepped
See below #9
1
Medium
Cucumber, prepped
See below #10
2
Medium
Oranges, peeled, pith removed, and cubed
See below #11
1-2
Medium
Carrots, peeled and ripple-cut medium-thin
See below #12
1.5
Cups
Prepared Garbanzo beans (Recipe #1461)
See below #5
1.5-2
Cups
Candied Walnuts (Recipe #1352)
See below #1
1.5
Cups
Red seedless grapes, rinsed and halved
See below #13
1
Basket
Strawberries, hulled and sliced 
See below #14
1-2
Ribs
Celery, angular Chinese-cut
See below #15
2-3
Large
Kiwifruit, peeled and sliced into rounds
See below #16
1
6-ounce can
Lindsay medium black olives
Drained
4
Each
Sprigs parsley
Rinsed and drained
Salad dressings of choice
 
Splenda sweetener made from real sugar
 

 


Method:

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! First, prepare the walnuts by preparing the following recipe:

(#1352) GLAZED WALNUTS #2

 
 

Yield:  1#  / Mis-en-place: 45-60 minutes:
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
1
#
Walnut halves and pieces
 
2
Quarts
Boiling water
 
1
Cup
Pineapple juice
 
2+
Cups
Powdered sugar
 

 


Method:

2.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work!  Bring water to a boil and when it is, drop the walnuts into it and keep there for no more than 30 seconds—remove and drain.  Turn your standard oven onto 400°F or your convection oven—fan “on”—to 350°F.  Spray a sheet pan with PAM or some such other food release spray.
3.     Combine the pineapple juice and the powdered sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer.  Place the walnuts onto the sheet pan and cover with the sugar mixture, blending well.  Place the pan inside your preheated oven on the middle rack and bake until the sugar mixture has pretty much dried and the nuts are crusty with sugar.  Stir them around several times during this process; note it might take 15-20 minutes to do this, possibly longer depending upon the time of year.
4.     Remove from the oven and place the pan on a wire rack to cool. When completely cooled, transfer the nuts to a sanitized storage container and store in the refrigerator.  Label, date, and refrigerate.  Use on salads, desserts, or baked goods.

5.     Next, prepare the Garbanzo Beans:
(#1461) GARBANZO BEANS

 
 

1. About one-plus cups
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
.5
Cup
Raw garbanzo beans
 
.25
Cup
Finely-minced celery
 
.25
Cup
Finely-minced carrots
 
.25
Cup
Finely-minced yellow onions
 
2
Drops
Yellow food color
 
1
Teaspoon
Kosher salt
 
.0125
Teaspoon
Black pepper
 
.25
Teaspoon
Minced garlic
 
1
Teaspoon
Minced fresh parsley
 
.25
Cup
Oil and vinegar dressing
 
1
Teaspoon
Minced pimientos
 
1
Teaspoon
Minced chives
 
1
Teaspoon
Minced red onions
 

 


Method:

6.     Soak garbanzos overnight and then the next day, bring to a boil in freshly salted water and when they are, lower the temp to medium and simmer for 30-45 minutes OR until they’re done. When they are, drain them and plunge into ice water in order to retard further cooking.
7.     Combine the rest of the ingredients together in a bowl and add the garbanzos.  Chill them and then serve, either as a side dish or as a salad accompaniment.

Garbanzo beans go in and out of popularity but one can usually find them on salad bars across the nation.  If you like garbanzos, this is a good recipe and if not, well, do not make them.  Enjoy!

8.     Romaine Lettuce: select healthy-looking heads, then, remove the outer leaves and if you can possibly use them as liners for the bed of lettuces, keep them; otherwise, discard them.  Remove the ends and toss them, too.  Then, take the inner part of the lettuce and trim off the tips and if need be, trim out the veins running up-and-down the length of the leaves if they are brown or oversized.  Take the remainder, cut it into small chunks, soak in ice water, and finally drain.  Spin it dry using a salad spinner, then store in the refrigerator.
9.     Red Leaf Lettuce: remove the outer leaves if they appear bruised or otherwise unattractive; however, if you can put them to use, then please save them for foundations for your salads.  Remove the root end, chop the remainder into small chunks, soak in ice water, drain, then spin dry in a salad spinner and finally, keep refrigerated.
10. Cucumber: remove both ends then using a potato peeler, peel strips off the side of the cucumber—lengthwise—3-5 times so you have a ribbon effect.  Then, slice the vegetable into rounds and store in a container in your refrigerator. 
11. Oranges: peel the oranges after zesting them (for use in your baking or in your homemade salad dressings) and remove all of the pith with the aid of a sharpened knife.  After removing any seeds, cut into small chunks and then keep refrigerated. 

12. Carrot(s): peel the vegetable and remove both the root end and the tip.  Then, using a ripple-cutting knife, slice it into angular ripple-cut slices.  Keep refrigerated until ready for use. 
13. Grapes: always rinse your grapes and remove any stubborn stems.  Slice the grapes into lengthwise halves and then keep refrigerated until needed.
14. Strawberries: hull and rinse your strawberries at the time you make the salads.  Depending upon the size of the berries cut them either into fourths or into sixths—have them ready. 
15. Celery: take the rib(s) of celery and after rinsing and removing any stray leaves, hold the rib at an angle and then using a sharp French knife, and slice it into angular cuts so that it resembles the classic Chinese-cut celery one finds in chop suey.  Keep in a dish of water until needed.
16. Kiwifruit: always peel the kiwifruit and remove any tough root ends where the stems might be chewy.  Select fruit that feels somewhat soft but not very soft as this denotes unusable fruit.  Slice them into rounds and have ready to go. 
17. The Assembly:  use chilled medium-sized salad plates.  Have salad forks available chilled in the freezer. 
18. Assembly #1: if you maintained any of the outer leaves, make an attractive foundation of lettuce spears.  Then, atop that, place a mound of combined romaine-and-red leaf lettuces. 
19. Assembly #2: atop the mound, scatter the Chinese-cut celery, as this is the underlying base. 
20. Assembly #3: at the six o’clock and the twelve o’clock, place 1-2 cucumber slices across from one another on the foundation.
21. Assembly #4: scatter prepared garbanzo beans around the edges of the salad. 
22. Assembly #5: next, place kiwifruit rounds at the seven o’clock and at the one o’clock. 
23. Assembly #6: place the ripple-cut carrots at the four o’clock. 
24. Assembly #7: place black olives at the two o’clock and then scatter red grape halves over the left side of the plate.
25. Assembly #8: next, place orange cubes at the ten o’clock and then sprinkle strawberries over the eleven o’clock and onto the center of the salad.   It is okay to put some of the orange chunks on the top followed by a sprinkle of walnuts.
26. Assembly #9: finally, sprinkle Splenda sweetener over each salad and plant a parsley sprig atop each salad.  If you wish to ladle dressings onto each salad, do so now; otherwise accompany the salads to the table with dressings provided on the sides of each in goosenecks.   Accompany with fresh ground pepper, hot bread and butter and of course, the chilled salad forks.  If you wish to place, each salad plate atop a larger underliner equipped with a folded napkin to secure it, do so as this heightens the effect and impresses the beholder.
This is a marvelous salad, one everyone enjoys no matter if they like or do not like each item on the plate.  They gasp at the beauty of this salad and it does make one heck of an impression, of that, there is absolutely NO doubt!
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          Tomorrow, I am sure we are going to receive more hate mail but the sad thing is that when someone from the left converts to the other side, they are ostracized, booted out of all they know, and basically left naked in the middle of the road.  Why is it that when someone from the right stumbles into the left and remains there, that they are welcomed with open arms, praised for doing the ‘right thing’ and seen as being reborn?  I simply do not know why that is what it is but that definitely is how it’s always been.  Nevertheless, it’s time we wake up and begin looking after the country if we ever hope to see higher wages again for EVERYONE.  The Affordable Healthcare Act is going to put the coup de gras into the nation’s economy, you remember this.  More on this tomorrow, be sure of that! See you then and please, buy some of these excellent albums!                                     

 
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This is a photo of me at an awards dinner in San Diego for the Chefs de Cuisine in 1978. I began my culinary career in the 1950's and had the good fortune of working with many different chefs before meeting my good friend, Stinkbug, in the mid 1980's in Bakersfield. I am still working part-time in my semi-retired years in my hometown in San Diego, CA.

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Chef Pedro is a moderate Democrat.
 

Chef Pedro writes from San Diego, CA

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FRANK ZAPPA MEETS THE MOTHERS OF PREVENTION
DOES HUMOR BELONG IN MUSIC
THE OLD MASTERS BOX II
JAZZ FROM HELL
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, VOLUME II

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BEHIND THE MASK
THE CHAIN
LIVE AT THE BBC
THE DANCE

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SHAKEDOWN/GETTING TO THE POINT
BLUE MATTER
A STEP FURTHER
RAW SIENNA
LOOKING IN
STREET CORNER TALKING

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