The next time you chop celery, don't toss the leaves.
Photography: Diane Fields
Martha Stewart Living, May 2013
Raw celery leaves
Freeze leaves in ice cubes to pack a cocktail or another drink with an extra hit of bright celery flavor.
Celery leaves have a bunch of other surprising uses: Mix the raw leaves into a garden or fruit salad for a fresh, herbal note; put a handful into a stir-fry; saute them with aromatics as a base for soup or stew; pan-fry them to garnish a roast.