Ontario cauliflower is huge and abundant this year! There have been times when the crop has not been so rich, and the price of cauliflower reached as high as $8.99 a head! For $1.99 I had enough cauliflower to make three meals for myself, with enough to share with a friend. What to do with so much good-for-you cauliflower? Roast it: chop it into same-sized florets, toss with olive oil, salt and pepper, and roast on a parchment-lined baking sheet for 20-25 min at 375F, until soft and nicely browned. Once it cools, you can store it in an airtight container in the fridge to use in a variety of ways! You can add it to a rice bowl or salad, have it as a side with some roasted meats or a bowl of soup. You can also blanch larger florets of cauliflower and make a gratin. I’ve posted a Cauliflower Kale Gratin recipe in the Learn with lots of options for adjustment! However you cook it, may each mouthful of your cauliflower creation be a celebration of the harvest. Have fun, and let us know what you make!