Celeriac: When Celery Meets Parsley

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Celeriac (sah-lair-e-ack) or celery root has a celery-meets-parsley flavor. This remarkably ugly root vegetable can be used in a ton of ways and hold up to all kinds of preparation: Flavorful and not mushy in soup, crisp and vibrant sliced fresh, whipped and dolloped on top of a filet of fish, it goes on. How to prepare: We know this root veggie … Read More

Parsley Plant

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How to care for your organic parsley plant. A parsley plant (Petroselinum crispum) will grow best in a sunny, preferably south-facing window where they will receive six to eight hours of direct sunlight every day. Turn the pot every three or four days so that the plant doesn’t lean into the sun. Make sure your container has several drainage holes … Read More

It is time to rethink Pesto

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Most of us equate pesto with basil, which is a bit like saying all gum is mint flavored. Pesto is simply a mixture of a green leafy vegetable, an oily nut, garlic, olive oil, and parmesan cheese. The word pesto is derived from the Italian word pestare, which means to pound or crush. Back in the day, pesto was made with … Read More