Veg beginning with F.. I took myself shopping to find something. You nearly got a sketch of my foot.
I went into the shop this morning looking for figs, they had none and then I saw some fennel. Colleagues wondered what I was doing with fennel on the table as I did a quick sketch during my lunch break. I’ve never used fennel in cooking, which is dreadful admission as I have it growing on my patio.
Fennel isn’t something I’m used to cooking with. Anyone got any tips? How do you cook it?
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about err, I had every post topic then I changed my mind. This year I have no official theme, however, I do seem to be sketching vegetables quickly..
Even if you’ve not enjoyed reading this post why not see what others are doing too during 2016 AtoZ Blogging challenge. I look forward to seeing you back here tomorrow though I have little idea of what it will say..
It goes lovely in veggie soup, and I have also added it grated to coleslaw. It has such a distinctive flavour but it’s not overwhelming to other ingredients. It would probably roast nicely too, just chopped into chunks.
Thanks. I’ll try it.
J here, stopping by from the #atozchallenge – where I am part of Arlee Bird’s A to Z Ambassador Team.
How has the first week of the challenge been for you so far? Are you meeting your goals of posting and hopping to other blogs?
My blog has a giveaway with bonus a to z challenges to encourage people to visit more stops.
I don’t really cook. I think I’ve eaten it once. No idea.
Meeting goals and hopping. Doing it day by day though which is making it more creative. Thanks for popping by and being part of the challenge team.
I’ve used parsley a little in my cooking. Truthfully – I’m in your boat – lol. I’ve never seen fennel as a big cooking deal. Does this make me a terrible cook? hahaha.
Only those who eat your food know how terrible a cook you are or not..
Eat it raw with Italian Dressing as a dipping sauce. Delicious!
Thanks I’ll definitely give that a go.
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