I was looking for something light and tasty for dinner when I came across this great little recipe for a Lebanese fattoush salad in the Guardian:
I couldn’t find sumac at my local Coles*, so I just upped the amount of lemon juice and peel that I included, as sumac has a tart lemony flavour.
I was worried the salad wouldn’t be filling enough so I pan seared some silverside beef steak strips and added them in.
As it turns out, I shouldn’t have worried as the salad is a healthy meal in its own right, but if you want to add some beef, I would recommend slicing the beef as thin as the pita bread so that it mixes well.
*I got a helpful heads up from a friend, Memi, that you can pick up sumac at the Lebanese grocer St Mina on Crown Street in Surry Hills, so next time I make this I’ll grab some sumac powder from there.
1. Design makes all the difference
2. Design the organization
3. The product is the marketing
4. Design is systems thinking
5. Design out loud
6. Design is for the people
7. Design with conviction
The seven principles of designing insanely great products, from John Edson’s forthcoming book, Design Like Apple: The Seven Principles of Designing Insanely Great Products, Services, and Experiences.