Cool as a cucumber

Cool as a cucumber

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Cucumber is a fruit (botanically speaking) that’s usually overlooked as an ingredient in preparation. Of course, it’s widely used in everyday Greek, Chinese, Japanese, French salads, but do we really pay …

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Please, pass me some peas!

Please, pass me some peas!

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Because the season has started! If you ever tried sweet peas right from the plant, you know exactly what summer tastes like. And while peas should definitely be enjoyed on their …

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The goose within the berry

The goose within the berry

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When it comes to berries, we are so predictable and, well, boring in our choices, to say the least. Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, sometimes currants, strawberries again. Tasty, but uninspiringl. Why not …

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Jackfruit – jack of all trades

Jackfruit – jack of all trades

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If you never tried this fruit before, you probably should consider trying to locate it at your nearest Asian (or regular) market and get one. New sensations are assured. Ok, we …

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Steak it easy!

Steak it easy!

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Has it ever happened to you that you grilled too many steaks for your BBQ party, and then your guests who were supposed to eat them all just switch to cocktails …

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Pineapple scraps

Pineapple scraps

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First question: where do you think pineapples grow? ‘On a palm tree’, many would answer, and this is going to be a false answer. It is a herbaceous perennial plant that looks more like grass with wide waxy leaves, with pineapple starting to form from dozens of individual flowers with up to 200 fruits that eventually become one multiple fruit.

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