This heirloom Italian broccoli variety includes small, tender and sweet florets, with some foliage that's both edible and delicious! Chop up coarsely, toss with some olive oil, garlic, soy sauce and red pepper flakes, then quickly sauté. Not much is needed to bring out the natural flavor of Broccoli Di Cicco. You can also try throwing it on top of a pizza or as a side to a delicious pasta marinara dish.
County Line Harvest is a certified organic farm with two locations in California: one in Petaluma, Marin County, and one in Thermal, Riverside County. Our two farms allow us to meet the varied produce demands of our customers year-round. Our crops are chosen based on climate suitability, taste and appearance. We grow lettuces, specialty salad and cooking greens; roots like beets, turnips, and carrots; herbs such as basil, parsley, dill, thyme, and oregano; plus strawberries, tomatoes, peppers and summer squash.Read more