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What Dishes Are You Most Excited to Make This Spring?

It's April, and that means Spring is finally here! This year I've decided to go all out by cooking with as many seasonal fruits and vegetables as possible. Not just the usual suspects like asparagus and artichokes, but the more unusual produce like morels, ramps, and rhubarb. Besides produce, I also hope to experiment with some interesting desserts like homemade Peeps. And since I'm starting to feel like I'm the only person on the planet who's never made cake pops, I plan on giving them a try, too.

How about you? What do you want to make this Spring? What ingredients are you excited to see return to the markets?

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GummiBears GummiBears 4 years
I guess more soups for me. *shrugs*
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 4 years
I want to make something with more unusual spring vegetables like morels, chervil, and fiddlehead ferns. I'm thinking risotto...
myhousemd myhousemd 4 years
So, I love exploring different flavors. I can't wait to cook with some flowers! I am particularly looking forward to lavender, rose, and violet. Yummy!!
bryseana bryseana 4 years
Homemade vegetable soup
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
Two for one bunches of the thinnest ever bunches of asparagus at the grocery tonight. *tap dancing with glee* It will be a stuffed cheese and ass-per-grass omelet for breakfast tomorrow. For starters....
fuzzles fuzzles 4 years
Roaring, That's the best recipe ever! :true:
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 4 years
Green and white asparagus with hollandaise sauce and ham. And strawberries, although for those my recipe goes like this: 1. eat strawberries.
lovesitc1 lovesitc1 4 years
I live in Florida, so I'm fortunate to have a lot of fresh produce year round. However, I'm excited to try fiddleheads for the first time, ramps, if I can find them, and have a go at artichokes too! Farmer's market . . . Here I come!
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