January 2006 Issue

Bolster Winter Menus With More Fruits and Vegetables

What do hearty root vegetables like rutabagas, beets and turnips and tangy fruits like cranberries, pomegranates and persimmons have in common? Choosing these cold-loving varieties means you can still eat fresh produce in the dead of winter.

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