Salads are great vehicles for using up odds and ends; you rarely need exact volumes of foods, you usually don't need heat and it's easy to adjust based on what
Six ways to use carrot greens
Carrot greens are edible and versatile -- don't toss them! After a good cleaning, they'll blend well into just about any sauce or dip you can dream up. You can
Uses for beet greens
Beet greens are edible, delicious greens! They have some of the earthy flavor of beets themselves, along with a leafy texture that's sturdier than spinach, but
Sauces and pestos you can make with radish greens
Yes, you can eat radish greens! You might sauté them, cook them in soup, put the tenderest ones in salads or blend them into pestos. They can up nutrition and
Cauliflower leaf saag chana
When we last left Stacy and Emily Cloyd, they had made a delightful salad from the abundant leaves of their monster farmers market cauliflower. But the salad
Cauliflower leaves are excellent salad greens
Here’s a fun fact—the leaves that cradle a cauliflower head grow so big that farmers use them as built-in sun shades, tying them, ponytail-like, over the heads.
Transform cauliflower cores into dip!
Cauliflower cores and stems don’t need to be discarded! They may seem all hard and unapproachable, but with a little coaxing in some boiling water and a nice
Broth from veggie scraps and bones
A number of years ago, I stopped buying broth. Instead, after an excellent tip from a co-worker (thanks, Mark!), we started saving all our veggie scraps and
Carrot tops are perfect for pesto!
The greens atop your carrot bunches are totally edible and are great in pesto! Read on for how to spin them into nutty, herbal goodness in this guest post from