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No food coloring needed
Just three ingredients take a side dish from standard to special
Use them in leftover-saving sauces, bonus appetizers, and more
A tangy, mayo-based sauce for dipping, dunking, and slathering
Not just for ants on a log.
Stalk down a better storage solution.
Don't leaf the best parts of celery behind.
Keep it simple -- and close to home -- with a comforting soup and salad duo.
Brighten up the winter blues with this creamy and spicy seasonal salad.
A crispy, pickled slaw makes an otherwise simple cheeseburger into bistro-worthy fare.
How to eat ants for lunch.
Put those celery leaves to good use in this zingy Sicilian salad.
Go simple or go fancy -- chances are, we've got a way to use up all your celery.
The secret to the most richly flavored soup isn't in how much butter you use, but when you use it.
A dinner that even Katy Perry would enjoy.
Honor Marcella Hazan by cooking for those you love.
We're going to sell you on celery.
Make a humble Italian dinner that will deliver satisfying flavor and comfort.
We're pairing a snappy celery salad with Cambozola toast in hopes that you'll give this often-snubbed vegetable another chance.
You've got a bundle of celery in the back of your crisper drawer. (Go check. You do.) This is what you should do with it.