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  • Article

    Asparagus Is Sweetest in Spring

    Steam or boil it to keep its fresh, green flavor; roast or grill it to bring out its sweet, nutty side

  • How-To

    Knife Skills: Julienning vegetables

    How to cut vegetables of various shapes and sizes into neat, even julienne strips

  • Article

    A Fresh Approach to Carrots

    Take another look at this familiar vegetable as it displays its sweet flavor and vibrant color in five fresh recipes

  • Recipe

    Roasted Carrots with Herbs

    Carrots are also wonderful roasted with their cousin the parsnip, cut into pieces the same size as the carrot.

  • Recipe

    Glazed Carrots & Shallots

    The cooking time will vary depending on the kind and size of the carrots and on how soft you like them. I prefer mine with a little bite left to…

  • Recipe

    Carrot & Ginger Soufflé

    Brightly flavored and light as air, this soufflé makes a great side dish alongside a roast chicken or beef tenderloin. Or serve it with a salad for a light lunch.…

  • Recipe

    Carrot & Coriander Soup

    This recipe was inspired by a soup of Diana Kennedy's. If you can find cilantro with its roots attached, add the roots, well washed, to the soup for an even…

  • Recipe

    Mediterranean Carrot Salad

    I like the look and texture of this salad best when the carrots are cut into a thin julienne. You can also coarsely shred the carrots in a food processor…

  • Recipe

    Asparagus Bread Pudding

    This dish was inspired by a recipe that Georgeanne Brennan brought back from France and shared with her friends at Chez Panisse. You can play around with it by trying…

  • Recipe

    Linguine with Asparagus, Morels & Cream

    If you can't find fresh morels, use dried. Chanterelles also taste great in this dish.

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