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In a pinch: No spinach? Arugula or bib lettuce will work as well.
There are often fennel (aka anise) bulbs in our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box. Eating it raw in salads can be uninspiring. However, cooking fennel brings out its subtle flavor and blends well with spinach and apples. I hope this salad makes you a fennel fan, if you’re not one already!
Apparently, there is a distinction between male and female fennel. Males are round, less fibrous and best eaten raw. The female version is long and recommended for cooking. From my experience, either one is fine.
No British Christmas is complete without a Christmas Pudding. Early Christmas puddings contained meat, as well as onions, wine, spices and dried fruit. The tradition of Christmas pudding did not appear in England until introduced to the Victorians by Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria. By this time the pudding looked and tasted much as it does today. Although some feel it has fallen in favour, it has an iconic role in vintage Christmas themes.
A simple, bright cocktail to get you through the holidays. Simple syrups are so easy to make infused with just about any flavor you can think of. 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar, plus a handful of just about any fruit or herb will make a great flavoring you can add to seltzer, coffee, or cocktails.