Zucchini Flowers The Zucchini Flower has a golden blossom. The female flower grows on the end of each growing zucchini. The male flower grows on the stem of the zucchini plant on a long stalk, and is slightly smaller than the female. The Male and the female zucchini flower are edible and are often served stuffed and […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Zucchini Zucchini is sometimes called a courgette it is a summer squash. The Zucchini can grow to a meter in length but for commercial consumption it usually is harvested at around 20cm. Along with certain other squashes and Zucchini can be dark or light green. There is also a hybrid zucchini, “the golden zucchini”, is a deep yellow or […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Zucchini
Wombok Wombok is also referred to as Chinese Cabbage, Wombok is a very sweet tasting lettuce like vegetable. That has a Long Cylindrical shape rather than the round shape found in cabbages or lettuce. Wombok has a subtle almost peppery flavour and crunchy texture. The thick white ribs are sweet and juicy. The inner leaves are particularly […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Wombok
Witlof Witlof is a part of Radicchio family and is a variety of salad green. The Witlof is good raw and cooked. Its tightly packed are white with pale green tips. Witlof has a subtle bitter and crisp lettuce-like leaves. Witlof is available all year round. When purchasing witlof look for witlof with tightly packed leaves […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Witlof
Tumeric Turmeric is the root of the plant called the Curcuma Longa it has a spicy heat with a bitter flavour and a subtle orange and ginger flavour. Tumeric is famous for its use in Indian Curry. Tumeric has a tough brown skin and a deep orange flesh. Turmeric has long been used as a […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Tumeric
Turnips Turnips are a member of the Cabbage family and grow underground as a root vegetable. Turnips have an appearance and shape that is round and bulbous. They have a white exterior with a purple, green or reddish tones to its upper parts that have been exposed to sunlight. Turnips contain an abundant supply of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Swedes The Swede is ,surprisingly, related to the cabbage. As the swede looks similar to the turnip it is is commonly confused with the turnip. It’s also known as yellow turnip, Swedish turnip and Russian turnip and, in America, rutabaga. Swede has a round shape and a purple-green skin, and the flesh is yellowy-orange, with […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Swedes
Sugar Snaps Sugar snap peas are also known Snap peas , and one of the fully edible peas in pod. In that the Husk and the Pea can be eaten. They are different from the other fully edible pea, the snow pea in that the pods are rounded rather than flat. Sugar Snap Peas, at maturity, the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Sugar Snap Peas
Yellow Squash Yellow Squash, also known as Pattypan squash or in France as pâtisson or is also known as scallop squash, sunburst squash, granny squash, custard marrow, custard squash, cibleme in Cajun French, white squash, button squash, scallopini or squash is a special type of summer squash that is distinguished by its small size, and miniature pumpkin type of shape. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Yellow Squash
Snow Pea Shoots Pea Shoots can be grown from virtually any Pea variety, Snow Pea Shoots are the most popular and are the part of the plant that grows above the soil. The Snow Pea Shoots produce a robust, tender Shoot in 8 – 14 days. Nutrition information Vitamins A, B, C and E […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Snow Pea Shoots