Romanesque-o

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While this beautiful, chartreuse vegetable goes by multiple names, you’re probably familiar with its most common one: Romanesco. It’s also sometimes referred to as Roman cauliflower, Romanesque cauliflower, or by its latin name: Brassica oleracea. Romanesco, which was first grown in Italy during the 16th century, is actually an edible flower bud. It’s not only delicious and beautiful to look … Read More

Cauliflower Queen

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Have you been noticing all sorts of cauliflower concoctions recently? We have. There are so many different ways to prep, cook, and eat cauliflower that sometimes it feels like… what can’t you do with cauliflower? Really, this is a versatile veggie that fits most dishes because of its sturdy structure and subtle flavor. Then throw in the fact that there … Read More

Cauliflower Rice Recipes

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cauliflower rice spinach

Cauliflower Rice with Spinach with Wine Ingredients (serves 4 as a side dish) 1/4 cup white wine 1/4 cup vegetable or chicken broth 2 chopped garlic cloves 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil 6 ounces spinach 12 ounce container of cauliflower rice Instructions Simmer broth, wine, garlic, and butter or olive oil for 3 … Read More

Cauliflower Rice with Spinach with Wine

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cauliflower rice spinach

Or try this wine-less recipe variation from Que Rica Vida. Serves 4 as a side dish. Ingredients 1/4 cup white wine 1/4 cup vegetable or chicken broth 2 chopped garlic cloves 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil 6 ounces spinach 12 ounce container of cauliflower rice Instructions Simmer broth, wine, garlic, and butter or … Read More

Romanesco: Deliciously Bizarre

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romanesque broccoli

If broccoli, cauliflower, and Romanesco were siblings, Romanesco clearly would be the free-spirited and vibrant middle child. When compared to cauliflower, Romanesco has a delicate nutty flavor and is crunchier. Since they are all in the same family, you can prepare Romanesco as you would broccoli or cauliflower; however, to preserve its nutty, crunchy crazy personality do not over-cook. Romanesco … Read More