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Spiralizers work well with sturdy produce such as zucchini, carrots, beets, celeriac, eggplant, sweet and white potatoes, parsnips, turnips, broccoli stems, jicama, firm apples and pears.
As for Roš’s menu, the six- or 11-course dinner changes every month, recently including a bone marrow ravioli with sheep cottage cheese and prosciutto broth; beef tongue with celeriac and scallops; and a Soča River trout with summer salad.
Then came pigeon breasts with wild mushroom sauce and roast celeriac, paired with the day's first red -- a smoky, spicy tipple made by Niepoort family, originally from the Netherlands, but making wines in the Douro since 1840.
For the perfect crunch, smash small potatoes before roasting and for a creamy treat; try simmering celeriac in milk before mashing.
Ismail’s job each day is to pick and wash about 1,000 celeriac, which is used in stews.
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Origin and Etymology of celeriac
First Known Use: 1743See Words from the same year
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