I recently impulse-bought a big bag of celery (3 heads.) 2 3/4 heads remain, taunting me every time I open the vegetable drawer. While I often use celery as an ingredient - soups, stews, braises, chopped in salads, etc. - that only takes a stalk or two. It has never appealed to me enough to 'get' it in a starring role. I must be missing something. Anybody have suggestions for a good celery-centric recipe, preferably that uses a lot?
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