Celery hearts are the lighter, inner ribs of a celery bunch. Their flavor is milder than the darker ribs, and they are also more tender. Celery hearts are often sold separately because of their mild flavor and texture. More »

A hearty beef stew is a great way to warm up on a cold day. This winter stew recipe involves minimal prep time, it takes little effort to enjoy a tasty, filling meal. Simply prepare and add all the ingredients, turn it o... More »

Whether warding off the cold temperatures or simply looking for a hearty chicken recipe, chicken noodle soup feeds any meal purpose. Many people believe that there are healing powers that come in a bowl of steaming hot c... More »

A bunch, also called a stalk or head, of celery typically contains eight to 10 stalks. Manufacturers typically do not include individual stalk counts on packaging since commercially grown celery is graded by color, quali... More »

To make a simple recipe for baked asparagus, preheat an oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, mix one bunch of thin asparagus spears with three tablespoons of olive oil, sprinkle the mixture with one teaspoon of sea salt, one-... More »

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Raw celery can be frozen, but the process changes the texture of the vegetable. Rather than being crunchy and having a lot of bite, defrosted celery is mushy and easy to puree or mash. More »

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Spinach, kale and similar leafy greens blend well with celery and cucumbers when juiced, while beets are often juiced with carrots and sweet potatoes. Vegetable juice recipes feature an assortment of combinations that ty... More »

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