Absolutely! Great in slices for crudite or aioli, yummy as batonnets in salad, or chunked and lightly pickled as condiment.
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Check out this recipe, looks delicious!http://www.food52.com/recipes...
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Here are more ideas from an earlier foodpickle thread. Enjoy!
It's especially good shaved or sliced very thin and then used raw in salads!
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We like it peeled and cut into chunks, tossed in olive oil and a bit of kosher salt, and then roasted as you would potatoes, in a hot oven. Scrumptious!! ;o)
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