Our Food Roots Project Specialist, Farrah Su, has a conversation with Chef Ria Dolly Barbosa, Executive Chef at Paramount Coffee Project. Read more about Chef Ria’s experiences growing up with Bok Choy and see what exciting things she’s working on.
Bok choy (BAHK-choy) is a type of Chinese cabbage. Bok Choy is a leafy green vegetable that is a brassica, in the cabbage/mustard tribe. It has a sweet and mild taste, with barely-discernible peppery taste. Though they are a winter-hardy vegetable, they grow best in spring and fall. It is a staple vegetable in Chinese cuisine, but you can also find it in many other cultural cuisines including, Filipino, Korean, and Thai communities.
2018 has been quite a year! Check out our new blog post and look back at what Food Roots has been up to this past year. Thank you to everyone who has been part of the Food Roots family this year, we are so appreciative of your support. Here's to another great year!
New Logo, New Name, Same Vision. Welcome to the new Food Roots, a complete rebrand of the Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement initiative Roots Food Hub. It's been a long time coming, but we're happy to announce our new look.