Romanesco: Deliciously Bizarre

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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

Tips for the Fussy Crowd

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Now, we all remember turning our noses up at something (or a lot of things) as children…probably due to some over-boiling of veggies that otherwise would have been home-runs for our tastebuds. However, we here at Field Goods believe this can be remedied! We’ve found that roasting is foolproof: just bake at 30-40 minutes at 400 degrees and as a result … Read More

And Now, We Roast!

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Roasting is all the rage right now–and for good reason, too. It’s simple and delicious. We always say at Field Goods, “You’d eat your shoe if you put some garlic and olive oil on it and let it roast it a bit.”* In the interest of Learn to Cook 2015, let’s chat. The goal of roasting is to crisp up … Read More