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Best Recipes for Winter Vegetables and Fruits

Don’t let the cold weather keep you from enjoying fresh produce. Our best winter fruit and vegetable collection proves that flavorful, fresh ingredients can be enjoyed year-round.

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Winter's Best: Napa Cabbage and Snow Pea Slaw
Photo: Randy Mayor

Napa Cabbage and Snow Pea Slaw

A fresh slaw may not seem like winter fare, but serving something crunchy and full of bright flavor is a nice break in the season of soups and casseroles. The winter produce star here is jicama, an edible root that resembles a turnip. It has thin brown skin and crisp, juicy, white flesh that’s mild in flavor (think of a cross between a water chestnut and a pear). To prepare, remove skin with a sharp vegetable peeler, then cut the white flesh into thin strips. 

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