I wasn't too great about trying new things. Sorry I don't have a lot to share on that front. We did eat lots of fresh mangoes, broccoli salad, and greek marinated veggies.
April's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables include:
We've been eating tons of steamed asparagus with our dinners. So good. My kids complain that they don't like it, but I've discovered they just don't like the tips (my favorite part). Seems to be a texture thing, but they love the stems.
Spring peas make a great snack food, with or without hummus. We're also loving the fact that artichokes are coming into season. Yum! Food Network has a great list of Artichoke ideas on their site. I'm going to be scanning this one for ideas on the menus in the next couple of weeks.
I'm checking out Keeper of Home's Tale of Rhubarb for some great ideas. I also have a fun Rhubarb Raspberry Cobbler I want to make. And I'm putting away some rhubarb for an ice cream dish I found in Taste of Home. Stay tuned.
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