Kathryn LaSusa Yeomans
March 18, 2011

Sweet, tender, a mild collard-like flavor. Or as my dining companion put it, “They taste like brussels sprouts!” Yes, but without the cabbage-edge. Rather more like winter greens than sprout.

“We get three vegetables from the Brussels sprout plant,” says Tom DeNoble of DeNoble’s Farm. ”The sprouts, that everyone knows, are harvested in the fall through winter, then we harvest the leaves that grow around the sprouts in late winter, and in the early spring, there’s the rapini.”

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