This simple, but flavor-packed recipe for stir fried greens pairs exceptionally well with bitter greens. Varieties such as Mizuna, Bok Choy, Broccoli Raab, Mustard Greens or Napa Cabbage are just a few that cook up quickly to sweet, crisp and Read on!
Adapted from @nytcooking Ingredients: 2 cups broccolini 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved 1 small red onion, peeled, quartered and cut into 2-inch wedges 1 lemon, 1/2 cut into thin rounds and the remaining 1/2 left intact, for serving 3 tablespoons Read on!
We’ve got a new, crunchy veggie on our lineup this week. If you’re a Produce Box Subscriber, you may be asking yourself what to call that oddly-shaped alien vegetable is. It’s Kohlrabi! Crunchy like a radish, and mildly spicy, too. Read on!
Spicy Cabbage and Carrot Slaw Where does the time go? Winter seems to be hurling forward at lightning speed as we cross the threshold into our last cold month (wait, did we have a first cold month yet?). With the unseasonably Read on!
Thanksgiving Leftovers Inspiration It’s the day after Thanksgiving. You’re starving, but you just spent the entire previous day cooking up a storm. Not to mention the leftovers! You’re ready to order a pizza–but wait! Hold the phone! Why waste all Read on!
Without a Recipe: Asian Greens Asian greens run the gamut from hearty bok choi to leafy Chinese broccoli (gai lan). Most are mildly spicy and take as well to the wok as to the grill. Click here for a handy Read on!
Beans and Greens with Caper Vinaigrette At the risk of sounding like Mr. Miyagi, we’d like to propose the idea that cooking’s mostly about mindset. Yes, technique is important, but it’s also rather easily learned. What’s sometimes harder to get Read on!
I have a confession to make . . . my kitchen is filled with processed food. Pancake mix, frozen waffles, canned chicken broth, prepared breadcrumbs, canned tomatoes, frozen vegetables, and all manner of little jars and bags of “flavor enhancers.” Read on!
Fresh Vegetables Artichokes Keep artichokes refrigerated (32-36°F), storing in a perforated plastic bag to retain moisture. Steam and serve with browned butter and vinaigrette for dipping. Arugula Keep arugula refrigerated (32-36°F), stored in a perforated plastic bag, away from fruits Read on!