PROMOTIONROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER:A Booths specialityfrom the rest.What is a Romanesco cauliflower youmay ask? It's a seasonal, leafy greensomewhere between broccoli and"amily-owned grocer Boothsknows the New Year is atime when seasonal food isat its best: fresh, delicious,plentiful and special.With 28 stores across the Northerncauliflower. Its tightly packed, bright-green florets exhibit an enchantingcounties they affeetionately call homeand a small buying team who haveclose relationships with their suppliers,Booths works hard to bring you the verybest produce the season has to offer asdesign only nature can produce.Looks aside, let's talk aboutlavour. It's delicious. The heritageItalian vegetable, with its uniquespiky appearance, has a sweet butpronounced nutty flavour and isa variety that's thankfully beenrediscovered.soon as it's ready to eat.Nestled deep within the Lancashirecountryside, you'll find Worthington'sFarm where fifth generation farmerPeter Ascroft grows an extra specialvariety of cauliflower, just for Booths.The Romanesco.a job it becomes a part of you. I grow mycauliflowers witheverything I've got."As a small grower with extraordinarypassion, he's happy to work with a grocerthat places a high value on the crop heloves so much. "Booths understandand value food, and they treat you withintegrity," he says.Booths' produce buyer at the time.Chris, was enthralled by the little greensprigs which he said looked like miniChristmas trees, but what he was mostPeter decided to experiment withthe Romanesco crop over 20 yearstaken by is the passion and dedication ofthe grower."When you're a man of the land you'rea man of the land," says Peter. "It's not jastago, intrigued by the appearance andstrong flavour that makes them differwww.booths.co.uk PROMOTION ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER: A Booths speciality from the rest. What is a Romanesco cauliflower you may ask? It's a seasonal, leafy green somewhere between broccoli and "amily-owned grocer Booths knows the New Year is a time when seasonal food is at its best: fresh, delicious, plentiful and special. With 28 stores across the Northern cauliflower. Its tightly packed, bright- green florets exhibit an enchanting counties they affeetionately call home and a small buying team who have close relationships with their suppliers, Booths works hard to bring you the very best produce the season has to offer as design only nature can produce. Looks aside, let's talk about lavour. It's delicious. The heritage Italian vegetable, with its unique spiky appearance, has a sweet but pronounced nutty flavour and is a variety that's thankfully been rediscovered. soon as it's ready to eat. Nestled deep within the Lancashire countryside, you'll find Worthington's Farm where fifth generation farmer Peter Ascroft grows an extra special variety of cauliflower, just for Booths. The Romanesco. a job it becomes a part of you. I grow my cauliflowers witheverything I've got." As a small grower with extraordinary passion, he's happy to work with a grocer that places a high value on the crop he loves so much. "Booths understand and value food, and they treat you with integrity," he says. Booths' produce buyer at the time. Chris, was enthralled by the little green sprigs which he said looked like mini Christmas trees, but what he was most Peter decided to experiment with the Romanesco crop over 20 years taken by is the passion and dedication of the grower. "When you're a man of the land you're a man of the land," says Peter. "It's not jast ago, intrigued by the appearance and strong flavour that makes them differ www.booths.co.uk

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PROMOTION ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER: A Booths speciality from the rest. What is a Romanesco cauliflower you may ask? It's a seasonal, leafy green somewhere between broccoli and "amily-owned grocer Booths knows the New Year is a time when seasonal food is at its best: fresh, delicious, plentiful and special. With 28 stores across the Northern cauliflower. Its tightly packed, bright- green florets exhibit an enchanting counties they affeetionately call home and a small buying team who have close relationships with their suppliers, Booths works hard to bring you the very best produce the season has to offer as design only nature can produce. Looks aside, let's talk about lavour. It's delicious. The heritage Italian vegetable, with its unique spiky appearance, has a sweet but pronounced nutty flavour and is a variety that's thankfully been rediscovered. soon as it's ready to eat. Nestled deep within the Lancashire countryside, you'll find Worthington's Farm where fifth generation farmer Peter Ascroft grows an extra special variety of cauliflower, just for Booths. The Romanesco. a job it becomes a part of you. I grow my cauliflowers witheverything I've got." As a small grower with extraordinary passion, he's happy to work with a grocer that places a high value on the crop he loves so much. "Booths understand and value food, and they treat you with integrity," he says. Booths' produce buyer at the time. Chris, was enthralled by the little green sprigs which he said looked like mini Christmas trees, but what he was most Peter decided to experiment with the Romanesco crop over 20 years taken by is the passion and dedication of the grower. "When you're a man of the land you're a man of the land," says Peter. "It's not jast ago, intrigued by the appearance and strong flavour that makes them differ www.booths.co.uk PROMOTION ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER: A Booths speciality from the rest. What is a Romanesco cauliflower you may ask? It's a seasonal, leafy green somewhere between broccoli and "amily-owned grocer Booths knows the New Year is a time when seasonal food is at its best: fresh, delicious, plentiful and special. With 28 stores across the Northern cauliflower. Its tightly packed, bright- green florets exhibit an enchanting counties they affeetionately call home and a small buying team who have close relationships with their suppliers, Booths works hard to bring you the very best produce the season has to offer as design only nature can produce. Looks aside, let's talk about lavour. It's delicious. The heritage Italian vegetable, with its unique spiky appearance, has a sweet but pronounced nutty flavour and is a variety that's thankfully been rediscovered. soon as it's ready to eat. Nestled deep within the Lancashire countryside, you'll find Worthington's Farm where fifth generation farmer Peter Ascroft grows an extra special variety of cauliflower, just for Booths. The Romanesco. a job it becomes a part of you. I grow my cauliflowers witheverything I've got." As a small grower with extraordinary passion, he's happy to work with a grocer that places a high value on the crop he loves so much. "Booths understand and value food, and they treat you with integrity," he says. Booths' produce buyer at the time. Chris, was enthralled by the little green sprigs which he said looked like mini Christmas trees, but what he was most Peter decided to experiment with the Romanesco crop over 20 years taken by is the passion and dedication of the grower. "When you're a man of the land you're a man of the land," says Peter. "It's not jast ago, intrigued by the appearance and strong flavour that makes them differ www.booths.co.uk