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

A Sauce for All Occasions

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This week features a delightful pop of summer with frozen cherry tomatoes and strawberries. The cherry tomatoes are a super versatile frozen item that can work in a lot of ways. While we love tossing them in an omelet or soup, our favorite recipe is sweet tomato sauce. This is a slow(ish)-roasted version of stove-top tomato sauce that will work … Read More

Cold Snap

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Now that we’re back into our regularly scheduled programming, we thought you might like to make something hearty and warming for this end of winter weather. Remember the old “March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb?” Well, let’s just say this easy to make chili is something of a lion tamer. If you’re doing a no-meat … Read More

Little Tomato, Big Flavor

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These frozen cherry tomatoes give great texture to sauce. Think canned tomatoes when you grab this bag out of the freezer. Unlike the frozen tomato puree (which is a perfect base for pizza sauce, chili and tomato soup) cherry tomatoes still have their shape which can give you a quick but hearty tomato sauce. Of course, add cherry tomatoes whole … Read More