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

Celery Root: the ugliest vegetable you will ever love

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Just think of celeriac (also known as celery root) as a celery-flavored potato or potato-like celery. You can eat it cooked or raw. Celeriac is a member of the celery family and is grown as a root vegetable. Unlike other root vegetables, celeriac is very low in starch. Several celeriac tips: -This one is fairly obvious, but you’ll want to scrub it and then cut off the … Read More

Green Garlic and Allium Adolescents

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What in the world is green garlic? Well we’ll tell you! It’s immature garlic, picked when the bulbs are still tiny and the greens are bright. Not to be mistaken for scallions or any other onion-y lookalikes, take one whiff of your green garlic and you can’t mistake that scent. Farmers used to pick garlic when it was still green … Read More