How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 5/28/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 5/28/17)

Fennel: Known for its crunchy texture and mild anise flavor, fennel is best used within 5 days. Keep fennel bulbs wrapped in the fridge to keep out air that will lessen its flavor. Fennel is wonderful braised, roasted, or grilled where its it brings flavor reminiscent of pine nuts to the table, or, sautéed, or…

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Eating like it’s summer in the winter

There’s nothing like biting into a crisp, freshly picked sugar snap pea while basking in the summer sun. Or having a sweet tomato collapse and fall victim to your teeth as they sink into its tender red flesh. Commonly in the winter we find ourselves a slave to the stove, constantly roasting, braising, steaming or…

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Fresh This Week Tips, Week 10.17.10

Spitzenburg Apples STORE: To store, keep apples as cold as possible in the refrigerator. PREP: Gently rub the apple as you run warm water over it to clean. Peel and cut your apple into slices or cubes. To prevent apples from browning, brush with a lemon juice-water solution (1 cup water mixed with 1 teaspoon…

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Roasted Fennel

From www.simplyrecipes.com Normally fennel tastes like a cross between celery, cabbage, and licorice. Roasting, however, brings out an entirely new flavor – as if pine nuts decided to join the party. And if you enjoy raw fennel, I recommend roasting some just for the fun of it. Ingredients: 2 fennel bulbs (thick base of stalk),…

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