Weight: 1 LB
The harbinger of very early spring, asparagus stays in season through the summer. Its elegant, snappy stalks stand up well to a variety of preparations, including roasting, steaming, sautéing and grilling. You can even eat asparagus raw: shave it into ribbons with a vegetable peeler and toss into dishes like Shaved Asparagus Salad with Lemon and Parmesan or Asparagus Fettuccine Carbonara. Because of its delicate grassy flavor, asparagus is often paired with buttery sauces and mild tangy flavors like lemon juice or mustard. If you’re as excited about asparagus season as we are, cook your way to perfection with the following tips and techniques.
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