Panier of Plenty

Cold snap carrots

Peeling the crimson beauties

Peeling the crimson beauties

With temperatures suddenly plummeting, it is natural to cook hearty winter fare, and a pleasure when the produce is so wonderful. ‘Crimson’ carrots have been on the menu for a few weeks and are almost too pretty to eat, adding ‘instant colour’ to brighten any plate…

Slicing rounds

Slicing rounds

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3 thoughts on “Cold snap carrots

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    What beautiful design and colour! 🙂

  2. Down under on said:

    Do they taste sweet like an orange carrot? To look at them I imagine they taste like a radish? Very pretty indeed. x

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