Romaine Lettuce

Lettuce Tell You, Grilled Romaine Is Fantastic

If you haven't tried it yet, grilled romaine lettuce is surprisingly delicious—here's what you need to know to grill lettuce like a pro! When I think about lettuce, I usually think of salad. And when...

Tough romaine leaves. Any solution?

by laredo 26 days ago

I had to use a curbside delivery store for groceries. My delivery included two heads of romaine that are mostly very tough leaves and almost no tender hearts. Is there any way I can make them edi...

Outbreak of E. coli Infections Linked to Romaine Lettuce

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

This morning's announcement from the Centers for Disease Control: "CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not serve or sell any, until we ...

Doctors Recommend Donuts as Safe Alternative to Romaine Lettuce

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

" . . . Instead doctors suggest substituting donuts for romaine. Safe varieties include jelly-filled, custard, glazed, cake, chocolate long john, powdered, Boston creme, sprinkled, and maple bacon....

Help me shop for Romaine lettuce

by paulispumonti 11 years ago

Should I buy Romaine by the head, or by the hearts??? When I buy it by the head (is it a head or is that just iceberg that you buy by the head!!) there are all those outer darker, grittier, green ...

Pink Orange Sludge - Romaine Hearts

by RubberChicken 4 years ago

In a lot of bags of Romaine Hearts I see at the grocery store, there is a pink orange sludge at the bottom where the roots are. I take it this is a bit of oxidation on the juices that seep out of ...

Bugs on my Romaine Lettuce

by CanadaTracy 9 years ago

Hi There! I always buy whole bagged Romaine Lettuce from my local grocery store. Last week I had a bit left on a head so I wrapped it in a damp paper towel and stored in my fridge. When I wen...

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