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What is it?

Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by Mrmnms, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. Mrmnms

    Mrmnms Founding Member Gold Contributor

    image.jpg Just having a little fun. Remarkable that this comes out of the ground . Who guessed it?
  2. Lucretia

    Lucretia Founding Member

  3. Brad Gibson

    Brad Gibson Founding Member

    lucretia wins i guess. my favorite vegetable too! its so amazing
  4. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  5. cclin

    cclin Founding Member

    Romanesco taste just like broccoli but a bit softer & lighter................
  6. Mrmnms

    Mrmnms Founding Member Gold Contributor

    Smart girl. image.jpg It's in the same family of broccoli and cauliflower . Taste more like a nutty cauliflower to me .
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2014
  7. cheflarge

    cheflarge Founding Member

    Killer vegetable!!! More importantly, tell us about the knife next to the romanesco. :)
  8. +1

    is it HHH?
  9. marc4pt0

    marc4pt0 Founding Member

    Ahhh, romanesco, how I do love thee. Especially the purple and orange ones!
  10. Mrmnms

    Mrmnms Founding Member Gold Contributor

    It's an HHH 240 custom Koa stainless. The Romesco was almost too pretty to cook. I saved it for a day so it wouldn't get lost on the Thanksgiving table. It got lost with the dry aged Rib Eyes instead . Only one of my kids seemed at all enthused about it. I wonder how they crossbred to develop this veggie.
  11. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  12. WarrenB

    WarrenB Contributor

  13. Mrmnms

    Mrmnms Founding Member Gold Contributor

    "Of course, the most fascinating part of Romanesco is its appearance. Its spiraled buds form a natural approximation of a fractal, meaning each bud in the spiral is composed of a series of smaller buds. (Remember the Fibonacci sequence from school? The spirals follow the same logarithmic pattern)." I read this to my wife. She said "can't you just cook it and eat it?"
  14. WarrenB

    WarrenB Contributor

    That's what I was thinking of 'natural fractal' and if you google it the Romanesco pops up as one of the best!

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