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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Watch Chris Cosentino Make Salad on Good Morning America

Posted By on Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 12:50 PM

click to enlarge Chris Cosentino on Good Morning America on December 20. - ABC
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Chris Cosentino, Top Chef Masters winner and owner of San Francisco restaurant Incanto and salumeria Boccalone, appeared on Good Morning America this morning. While he's still largely known for whole animal cooking and specializing in offal, we've often said that this man has an under-appreciated way with vegetables. His GMA segment shows this off really well. He created a simple yet totally creative salad of chicories, pomegranates, and pistachios that even had political correspondent George Stephanopoulos oohing and aahing from the side.

See Also:

- Chris Cosentino on Winning Top Chef Masters and Helping Parkinson's Research

- Cosentino Watch: Top Chef Masters (complete archive)

- Meat Monthly: Sign Your Beloved Up for Boccalone's Salumi Society

The GMA site kindly provides the recipe, which also appears in Cosentino's cookbook Beginnings: My Way to Start a Meal.

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