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06/07/2012

Another reader took the June Challenge! Our wonderful commenter tofupuppy tried fiddlehead ferns! She says,

I’ve been eating fiddleheads this month! I read an article about them long, long ago and have been curious. I saw them at Rainbow Grocery recently and, despite the price (like $15/lb!), thought I’d give them a try. I’ve been preparing them by blanching in salted water and then sauteing in olive oil. Last night I made a fiddlehead, “chicken chunk,” garlic, and nooch corkscrew pasta. They taste a little like a cross between asparagus and artichoke. Really yum!

Congratulations, tofupuppy! Fiddleheads are a wonderful spring food, I love their funny shapes. I’ve got total dinner-envy now.
Have you taken the challenge yet? Let us know when you do!

Another reader took the June Challenge! Our wonderful commenter tofupuppy tried fiddlehead ferns! She says,

I’ve been eating fiddleheads this month! I read an article about them long, long ago and have been curious. I saw them at Rainbow Grocery recently and, despite the price (like $15/lb!), thought I’d give them a try. I’ve been preparing them by blanching in salted water and then sauteing in olive oil. Last night I made a fiddlehead, “chicken chunk,” garlic, and nooch corkscrew pasta. They taste a little like a cross between asparagus and artichoke. Really yum!

Congratulations, tofupuppy! Fiddleheads are a wonderful spring food, I love their funny shapes. I’ve got total dinner-envy now.

Have you taken the challenge yet? Let us know when you do!

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