Our Favorite Eggplant Varieties

From a simple kitchen standpoint, what sets eggplants apart from other summer garden produce is that they require cooking.

From Raw to Roasted
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From Raw to Roasted

When raw, the flesh of eggplant is spongy and plain. But once roasted, grilled, sautéed, or stir-fried, the eggplant comes into its full glory: tender, creamy flesh with a satisfying meatiness that makes it ideal for something like a Vietnamese-style veggie sandwich. Or you can serve it as a sort of warm side salad with tangy-sweet pepper sauce, a perfect flavor pairing.

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