Sautéed, Steamed, Grilled, or Raw – a Versatile and Delicious Spring Treat
When I was a kid I wouldn’t touch asparagus with a ten-foot stick. Now I love asparagus, especially since we grow our own.
Asparagus Officinalis is a member of the lily family, and there are male and female plants. While both male and female plant will go to fern only the stalk of the female plant will produce bright red berries in the summer, which are the seed pods.
Originally from southern Europe, asparagus is now widely cultivated in the United States, Russia, England, Poland, and France. However, China is the world leader in asparagus production. Read more