While very similar in flavor, shape and texture to the carrot, this ghostly cousin is more often served cooked than raw. Do you have a favorite recipe to enjoy this sweet root veg?
Daikon in Japanese means “great root”, possibly because of its versatility – shred it, dry it, pickle it, roast it. How do you prefer your daikon?
Referred to as “rocket” in the UK, arugula has been cultivated in Mediterranean regions since Roman times. In fact, the robust, peppery green was even used as an aphrodisiac and thus banned from being grown in monasteries during the Middle Ages. What would YOU pair arugula with for a romantic dinner?