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Tell me the name of your favorite.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter Vegetables
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For instance, mine are parsnips, brussels sprouts and bok choy.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter Vegetables
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Chef Soren: For me it's all about the what's available, but within what's available, it has to be what you're in the mood for. Sometimes you're in a dark mood, you wanna get some comfort; when you're happy, you'll want to do something light.

Eating Our Words: So if you're in a dark mood, what would you make?

CS: Some kind of heavy stew, using scraps here and there, something really quick.

EOW: So that's comfort food for you. If you're in a light, happy mood...

CS: Then it's like fresh fish with some kind of light salad, light bread. Just really kind of light.

EOW: So now if I know if I come into the restaurant and the menu's all stews...

CS: [laughs merrily] Exactly. Well, I try not to put my personal thing into everything, but I try also to consider that maybe people out there want something light. It also depends on the season. Obviously now, it's going into my favorite season, which is winter.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter Vegetables
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is pot a vegetable?

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It's a year round herb, but most chefs I've ever talked to seem to agree that it is best enjoyed in the winter.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter Vegetables
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baking with it is more fun than broccoli, that's all i'm sayin

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