Sean Bruce-Aijian, 6th Ave Grocery Buyer
Editor's note: Raabs are usually one of the early signs of spring in the Produce aisle. These tender veggies are flowering versions of brassicas you probably already know - kale, broccoli, and cabbage - and they're easy to work into a variety of dishes. Come March and April, look for local raabs from some of our Washington farms.
From Sean: Sautéed raab makes a delicious and hearty substitute for spinach in an omelette. I made one for my family and it was a real hit! You could also adapt this recipe by using vegan egg substitutes and olive oil.
Meg's favorite Peak Peach recipe is a breakfast treat from Bob's Red Mill.
Ripe peaches kissed with the zing of fresh lemon zest are the star of this Gluten Free Peach Dutch Baby.
Nate’s favorite Peak Peach recipe is simple: ice cream with a burst of fresh peach flavor!
Crystallized ginger kicks this peach crisp up a notch. Serve with a dollop of ice cream or sweet tea with mint for a perfect summertime dessert.
Garland grew up next to a peach orchard and spent many a hot day harvesting peaches, so he’s not much of a fan of them. However, this recipe changed his mind!
"This recipe was concocted by my girlfriend Keenan when we needed to use up the last of some stone fruit we acquired on a trip to Eastern Washington. It’s sweet, tart, and even a little bit herby!"