Depending on what part of the country you're in, you still might be enjoying the delicious harvest from your backyard, but here in the Midwest, I'm tearfully waving goodbye to, well, almost everything fresh. While it's probably impossible to keep gorgeous heirloom tomatoes growing, I'm looking on the bright side at the plants and herbs that will continue to thrive indoors during the dreary winter months.
Sometimes cucumbers bore me to tears. No offense, cucumber, but your chill flavor can be a little underwhelming at times! It wasn't until I began spiralizing cucumber into long, elegant strands that my affection for this vegetable really began to change.
Wasabi, is a root vegetable known as Japanese horseradish. If you have ever eaten sushi, then you might have experienced the nose burning wasabi, usually pasted between the rice and the slice of fish. Other than that, wasabi is used for meat dishes like sirloin steak and roast beef