The Kitchn has a series of really great recipes that harness some of the more overlooked vegetables of spring.
First, radishes. But not the fleshy roots. Nope, they’re talking about radish greens which are peppery and delicious and meltingly tender once cooked, despite their prickly visage when fresh.
Stinging nettles can literally be a pain to pick, but they’re really tasty. Learn more about this misunderstood spring perennial, and how to cook it with these eight great recipes.
Elderflowers are lovely and delicious. Indulge in a centuries-old tradition and make your own elderflower cordial and then use it in a wide assortment of recipes that go beyond the standard beverage.
The delicious French dessert clafouti is generally associated with summer and sour cherries, but why not indulge in a springtime version with another tart treat; rhubarb?