WHAT IS LITTLE GEM LETTUCE? WHY IS LITTLE GEM LETTUCE GOOD FOR YOU? WHEN IS LITTLE GEM LETTUCE IN SEASON? HOW SHOULD LITTLE GEM LETTUCE BE STORED? TRIVIA QUESTION?
WHAT ARE CHICKEN TESTICLES? WHERE IS THIS CUT LOCATED? TRIVIA QUESTION? WHAT RECIPES WORK WELL WITH THIS CUT?
WHAT IS OAK LEAF LETTUCE? WHY IS OAK LEAF LETTUCE GOOD FOR YOU? WHEN IS OAK LEAF LETTUCE IN SEASON? HOW SHOULD IS OAK LEAF LETTUCE BE STORED? TRIVIA QUESTION?
WHAT IS A LEEK? WHY ARE LEEKS GOOD FOR YOU? WHEN ARE LEEKS IN SEASON? HOW SHOULD LEEKS BE STORED? WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO CUT A LEEK? There are 2 different ways, click here and here to see them! TRIVIA QUESTION?
WHAT IS WATERCRESS? WHY IS WATERCRESS GOOD FOR YOU? WHEN IS WATERCRESS IN SEASON? HOW SHOULD WATERCRESS BE STORED? TRIVIA QUESTION?
WHAT IS A TENDERLOIN? WHERE IS THIS CUT LOCATED? TRIVIA QUESTION? WHAT RECIPES WORK WELL WITH THIS CUT?
WHAT IS A CHICKEN LIVER? WHERE IS THIS CUT LOCATED? TRIVIA QUESTION? WHAT RECIPES WORK WELL WITH THIS CUT?
WHAT IS A BRIOCHE? While technically a French Viennoiserie (pastry) recipe, little to no sugar is used in this pain. The bread is loaded with butter and egg which gives it an almost creamy taste. Yeast is used which allows the dough to aerate (yielding a lighter, more tender texture). Think of it as a […]
WHAT IS A PERCH? WHERE DO PERCH COME FROM? WHEN IS A PERCH IN SEASON? ARE PERCH ONE OF THE DIRTY DOZEN? (MERCURY) TRIVIA?
WHAT IS A CAULIFLOWER? WHY ARE CAULIFLOWERS GOOD FOR YOU? How to Clean Cauliflower WHEN ARE CAULIFLOWERS IN SEASON? HOW SHOULD CAULIFLOWERS BE STORED? WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO CUT A CAULIFLOWER? Click here to see! TRIVIA QUESTION?
WHAT IS A CHALLAH? Traditionally this is a loaf of braided bread baked to celebrate the Jewish sabbath. The classic recipe is a leavened bread consisting of egg, water, flour, yeast and salt. However the name has become a generic term for any bread used in Hebrew rituals. The word comes from the Torah where […]
Traditionally, pasta in Italy is made using a method called Al Bronzo and a different type of flour–but does that really make it better?
WHAT IS A BANANA SQUASH? Coming in a range of startling colors (orange, pink and even blue), they look almost like a rugby or American football in size and shape. They’re a member of the winter squash family and are related to pumpkins. The orange flesh inside is dense with a sweet yet earthy flavor. […]
WHAT IS MIZUNA LETTUCE? Also known as Japanese mustard greens or spider mustard, Mizuna has a slightly bitter, peppery taste. It’s great whether served raw or cooked like mustard greens! However ironically in its native Japan, it’s usually served cooked or pickled. Often mistaken for arugula (they’re related) with a similar coloring and sharp, pointy […]
WHAT ARE WATER CHESTNUTS? At first glance this grass-like plant seems to be a native of everywhere but North America! This plant is actually not a chestnut at all but an aquatic tuber that proliferates in marshes and shallow lakes. Their crisp, white flesh makes them a popular addition in many Asian recipes. Flavor-wise they’re […]