Between Hurricane Sandy and the presidential election countdown, it's fair to say we are a nation distracted, but we are sure a fair number of you have still got the Great Pumpkin on the brain, Charlie Brown. It only seems fitting -- especially with tumbling temperatures and rapidly falling leaves -- that winter squash is this week's Real Food spotlight.
Sunchokes, the vegetable formerly known as "Jerusalem artichokes," are the tuberous roots of a native North American plant in the sunflower family -- neither from Jerusalem nor related to artichokes -- originally cultivated by Native Americans. And they are delicious.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, sweet potatoes reach their seasonal peak -- how fitting! And while we have plenty of delicious recipes and tasty trivia to offer, we know why some of you are really here: to find out about where the marshmallows fit in. (Or do they?)
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