This variety is bright green and mildly flavored. Broccoli is high in vitamin C and dietary fiber.
DESCRIPTION (Bay Meadows):
This blue green variety is domed and hearty. See above for nutrition facts!
Mist the heads and wrap loosely in a damp paper towel. Refrigerate, but do not keep in a plastic bag as it requires air circulation.
Roasted, boiled, steamed, raw.microwaved, stir-fried, in soups.
Bacon, cheese, garlic, peppers, tomatoes, pasta, chicken, oils, nuts.
Who needs Panera when you can make your own broccoli and cheese soup!?
This salad is fresh and delectable.
DESCRIPTION (Spring Treat):
This variety is as sweet as it is popular! Corn is high in thiamin, niacin, and B vitamins.
This bicolor corn has a nice, semi-sweet flavor with tender kernels. See above for nutritional information.
Cut off the shank. Leave in the husks and store uncovered in a cool part of your refrigerator (below 40 degrees). It may also be frozen.
Roasted, boiled, microwaved, steamed, baked, grilled, creamed, made into bread.
Butter, onions, pepper, salt, garlic, bell peppers, tomatoes, cilantro, black beans.
Kick it up with this grilled corn recipe.
This corn fritter recipe is on point.
Cauliflower is a popular vegetable with a mild, sweet, and nutty flavor. It is high in vitamin C.
Keep loosely wrapped in a plastic bag in your refrigerator. It can last up to two weeks.
Steamed, boiled, roasted, sauteed, raw, or fried.
Cheese, garlic, oils, peppers, oregano.
This roasted cauliflower recipe is simple and yummy.
This gorgeous, red stalked vegetable is sweet, tart and unique. The stalks, not the leaves, are eaten.
Place stalks in a plastic bag in the crisper section of your refrigerator for up to five days.
Cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, sugar, strawberries.
Jam out to this recipe.