You are what you eat.
You can pay the farmer—or pay the doctor.
Eat your greens.
According to Live Science, “Cauliflower is much more than broccoli's paler cousin”—and, not surprisingly, we agree. Fresh white cauliflower is a unique vegetable, delicious and nutritious—and far from an echo of its cruciferous cousin.
If you’re a fan of classic movies, you probably have seen the 1937 film, Shall We Dance, where Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers perform a song titled “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.” As part of the lyrics, the two sang about how one of them said “tomato” with a long “A” sound, while the other one pronounced the same word using the “A” sound like in the word “darling.”
Looking Back While Moving Forward
The Chef’s Garden grows a multitude of fresh lettuce varieties, and nature has uniquely engineered each one to be a little bit different from all of its cousins. Some are long and narrow with fewer leaves, while others are short, full tufts. Then there are rosettes, shaped like flat and broad flowers.
New Lab Expands Agricultural Research Capabilities