Globe artichokes are a stunning vegetable with a unique, sweet and subtle flavour. Boil trimmed globe artichokes until tender then, slice and combine with diced tomatoes, baby bocconcini, parsley, pepper and olive oil to serve with crusty bread.
Be sure to snap up classic zucchinis For something different, slice and marinate in soy sauce, and grill at your next barbecue. Zucchinis can also be added to a stir fry, grated and baked in a cake or added them to a frittata.
Versatile green beans are an Australian favourite. This stringless bean only requires the stems to be trimmed before cooking. They are best cooked rapidly to retain their delicious crunch and vibrant colour.
Radishes crisp texture and mild mustard flavour adds a delicious burst of flavour and texture to spring salads.Choose from classic round and red, elongated red and white radishes or greengrocers also have bunches of mixed coloured radishes.
If pumpkin carving is on your list of things to do for Halloween this 31st October, then the good news is that Halloween pumpkins are now available at your local greengrocer but be quick as they sell out fast.
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