The Un-Turnip: The Japanese Salad Turnip

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Japanese salad turnips, also known as Hakurei turnips, are a white, delicately flavored variety of turnips. Hakurei are crisp and delicious raw. In texture and taste they resemble a mild radish. Best of all there is no need to peel or cook. For salads, cut into thin half-moon slices, matchsticks, wedges, or grate. Hakureis cook quickly in stir-fries. Quite a … Read More

Beautiful, Colorful, and Delicious Food

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Nothing makes us happier than to find a stunning combination of produce from our artisan farmers. Great produce makes for easy and delicious food. Here are a couple to try out! Delicata Squash with Honey Cut the squash lengthwise and scoop out the seeds. Cut into 1-inch crescents. Toss with oil to lightly coat. Arrange in a single layer on a … Read More

Mini Apple Turnovers: Tiny Treats

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Recipes from The Sylvia Center, whose mission is to inspire young people to become healthy eaters and advocates for healthy food in their families and communities.  Imagine the scene: It’s Saturday afternoon and your guests arrive shortly for a lovely home-cooked meal which you’ve had going in the crockpot because you’ve learned that the crockpot is possibly the greatest invention of all time. … Read More

Carrot About Sweet and Savory

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You know how sometimes you are in the mood for something sweet and other times something savory? Well, if you have a carrot in the house you can swing either way. The carrot is a truly accommodating piece of produce. Sweet and Savory Alton Brown’s Glazed Carrot This recipe is super convenient in part because the number one ingredient, ginger … Read More