Anne Faber
Anne Faber

Anne Faber

F&W Digital Food Awards Winner Website Anne's Kitchen Profile The photos on London-based Anne Faber's blog have a whimsical, ultra-feminine feel, with easy-to-follow recipes for things like red velvet cupcakes sprinkled with hearts. "I want people to feel like, 'Hey, if Anne can make this, I can make it, too,'" she says. That spirit will inform her new television show, Anne's Kitchen, which she is blogging about from behind the scenes. The show will air in her native Luxembourg and feature Anne touring London neighborhoods and cooking British food. "British food has such a bad reputation," she says. "So through my blog and my show, I'm going to make my home country fall in love with it."
Italian Peach Panzanella
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This bread salad is bursting with summery flavors: sweet peaches, ripe tomatoes, creamy mozzarella, and fragrant mint and basil—all served with crunchy ciabatta croutons. Panzanella originally comes from Tuscany. It’s usually a simple salad made with tomatoes and stale bread. I like to grill the bread in a griddle pan, to add a smoky dimension to the salad. The bread will soak up some of the lovely dressing, while still retaining a bit of crunch. Slideshow: More Salad Recipes 
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Halloumi is a Cypriot cheese made from a mixture of goat’s, sheep’s and cow’s milk. The great thing about this cheese is that it doesn’t melt, so it’s perfect for frying and grilling. I’ve topped this Greek-inspired lentil salad with halloumi steaks, to add some cheesy saltiness to this hearty salad. - Anne Faber Slideshow: More Salad Recipes 
The British love a Sunday roast—it’s a weekly ritual that many enjoy with friends and family in the pub. Usually there’s chicken with gravy, lamb and mint sauce or beef and Yorkshire puddings. Whichever roast you choose, it always comes with roast vegetables as a side. Since there are often leftover vegetables, I’ve decided to come up with a salad that celebrates this often underrated side. -Anne Faber Slideshow: More Salad Recipes 
French Bean Mimosa Salad
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The French like using beans in salads—most famously in their salade niçoise, a tuna salad from the Mediterranean city of Nice. This salad combines French beans and peas, and tops them off with finely chopped eggs. It's my take on oeufs mimosa—deviled eggs, in which the yolks are chopped and mixed with mayonnaise or salad dressing. This salad actually tastes really nice when the beans and peas are still warm. Slideshow: Green Bean Recipes