Remove celery from the store bag it comes in and wrap it in paper towel, then in aluminum foil. Store in the refrigerator. When you need some, break off what your recipe calls for, re-wrap the rest and return to fridge. I find celery stored like this stays crisp a very long time. —Linda J., Milner, Georgia
When shopping for rutabagas and turnips, select those that are smooth-skinned, unblemished,…
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Also known as rapini, this vegetable is a member of the cabbage family. It has spiked green…
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