Martha Stewart

Winter's Fresh Produce Guide + How To Win The Workday

Email sent: Jan 27, 2014 11:35 am
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RADICCHIO DONE RIGHT

The somewhat bitter flavor of radicchio becomes softer and sweeter after roasting. Before serving, each wedge of roasted radicchio is drizzled with balsamic vinegar and garnished with shavings of Parmesan cheese.

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GRAPEFRUIT GREATNESS

If lemons are sour and oranges sweet, grapefruit picks up the slack in between. With its signature zing and slightly bitter finish, it adds bright complexity to sweet and savory dishes alike.

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FENNEL WITH THE FIXIN'S

Halved fennel bulbs are parboiled, topped with butter, Parmesan, and thyme, and baked until tender and golden brown. Serve the fennel with baked eggs and grilled country bread for brunch, or with roasted chicken, pork, or salmon for dinner. Get 25 of our winter fennel dishes.

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WIN THE WORKDAY

This winter, we're matching our food to our dress and layering up. Roast a supersize batch of veggies on Sunday, bring one additional item each day, and reinvent lunch all week long.

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