Photo: Martha Stewart
Celeriac (also known as celery root) is an ingredient that I would actually say I’m obsessed with…and it will be in season any minute. I primarily use it in butternut squash soup, but you can also use it in salads, slaw, stock and more. Look for bright green leaves and solid, crisp (i.e.: not soft or bruised) roots.
Here is a simple and deliciously creamy soup: Simple Butternut Squash and Celeriac Soup
Get to know this super ugly – but VERY tasty – root vegetable. Celeriac 101
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