All About Celery
Fresh celery can add extra crunch to salads, a depth of flavor to soups and sauces, and a tempting mild grassy note to stuffing and other dishes. Find what to look for and how to use it here.
Celery Mint Salad
Celery Mint Salad is a simple mix of thinly sliced celery, plenty of fresh mint, a bit of green onion, and a splash of vinegar.
Cream of Celery Soup
This isn't your canned cream of celery soup for adding to casseroles and hot dishes. Smooth, aromatic, and luscious - this cream of celery soup is as easy as it is delicious.
Gingery Celery & Red Onion Salad
Toss simply sliced celery and red onion with a bit of ginger and rice vinegar for a crisp, refreshing salad. Its bright flavors are the perfect foil for the rich, warming dishes of fall and winter.
Invented in 1896 at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City, this is America's most famous fruit salad. One taste of this crunchy, juicy, sweet, and tangy salad of apples and celery and walnuts, and you'll know why it's such a favorite.