Broccoli and cauliflower come in a few shapes and sizes on our farm. 

We grow many varieties of broccoli on the farm. Some produce the big, full heads like the broccoli found at the grocery store. Others yield smaller florets. If you find greens attached to your broccoli, use those, too! They're a nutritious addition to stir-fries and other vegetable dishes.

Purple Peacock Broccoli
 Purple Peacock broccoli is an interesting and beautiful kale-broccoli cross developed by Frank Morton. Treat the head like broccoli and the leaves like kale. The purple will fade when cooked.

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Snow Crown Cauliflower
A mild sweet cauliflower. This cauliflower would work well on a crudites platter, but it is also delicious cooked. Try roasting it with olive oil, salt, and pepper to highlight its flavor. Or, try topping a homemade pizza with roasted cauliflower and olives.