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Spring Cooking: Asparagus, Strawberries, Sugar Snap Peas

sugar snap peas

Spring foods bring crunch and color to meals. Asparagus, strawberries, sugar snap peas -- they soooo good in the spring season!

Try the following recipes for starters from our Spring Cooking Brochure.

Spring Vegetable RagoutSpring Vegetable Ragout

Spring Vegetable Ragout, yeah, it's spelled funny. But it'™s a great dish. Perfect for spring and early summer.

Download our Spring Cooking Brochure for a copy of the Spring Vegetable Ragout.

Asparagus with Toasted Almonds & GarlicAsparagus with Toasted Almonds & Garlic

Asparagus with Toasted Almonds and Garlic, Crunchy almonds, tangy red wine vinegar, and, cause you've been so good,“ a little garlic.

Download our Spring Cooking Brochure for a copy of the Asparagus with Toasted Almonds & Garlic recipe.

Sugar Snap PeasSugar Snap Peas

 Sugar snap peas were developed in the 1970'™s. These vegetables are a good source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as riboflavin, folate, potassium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, and fiber.

Dowload our Spring Cooking Brochure for tips about cooking with Sugar Snap Peas.

Chicken and Strawberry SaladChicken and Strawberry Salad

Chicken, Strawberries and Feta Cheese.“ A great springtime combination. Perfect for dinner on the deck.

Download our Spring Cooking Brochure for a copy of the Chicken and Strawberry Salad recipe.

Pan Fried Asparagus with Onions & Red PepperPan Fried Asparagus with Onions & Red Pepper

Pan fried Asparagus with Onions and Red Pepper Kicked up a notch and ready for your next dinner.

Download our Spring Cooking Brochure for a copy of the Pan Fried Asparagus with Onions & Red Pepper recipe.


Welcome!

Georgia Jones

During the day I am an associate professor and extension food specialist at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. But at night I am a connoisseur of all things food. Eating locally is a great way to enjoy new and different foods. Visit your local farmers markets for seasonal produce. Your farmer and UNL-Extension are excellent resources for using local produce. See you at the market, yeh, we go too!

~ Georgia Jones 

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