Try fennel and radicchio to keep cooking exciting all winter long.
Onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes …yawn. While winter doesn’t have as many fresh produce options as spring or summer, there’s no reason to throw in the towel completely. Experiment with lesser-known cold-weather veggies like radicchio, escarole, fennel, and celeriac to keep things interesting.
Bet you didn’t know that cabbage was rich in compounds that can reduce risk of cancer, lower cholesterol, and heal ulcers.
Whip up a warm, comforting meal out of winter squash.