TIP OF THE DAY: Celeriac, Celery Root, A Root By Any Name

TOP PHOTO: It’s not a beauty, but you’ll be hooked by its delicious, distinctive flavor. Photo courtesy The Chef’s Garden. BOTTOM PHOTO: Use the tops as garnish and in salads, soup stocks and stir frys. Courtesy Good Eggs |San Francisco.   If you were asked to name root vegetables, you probably would overlook celery root,…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Celeriac, Celery Root, A Root By Any Name”

COOKING VIDEO: Celeriac & A Celeriac Remoulade Recipe

  Celeriac (Apium graveolens), a large, gnarled globe of a root vegetable, is one of the less attractive items in the produce section. Most people would pass it by without investigation. But peel away the skin and you’ll discover creamy flesh like a parsnip’s—to which it is related. Its botanical family, Apiaceae—commonly known as the…
Continue reading “COOKING VIDEO: Celeriac & A Celeriac Remoulade Recipe”

COOKING VIDEO: Turkey Salad With Celery Root & Apple Recipe

  It finally feels like fall: our local farmers market is full of our favorite Honeycrisp apples. For a dynamic duo of flavor and crunch, pair crunchy apples with crunchy celery root, also known as celeriac (and céleri in French). Celery root, a relative of celery, is a root vegetable. Leafy stalks somewhat like celery…
Continue reading “COOKING VIDEO: Turkey Salad With Celery Root & Apple Recipe”