Add spring flavors to winter produce

Spring vegetables are still weeks away from arriving at farmers markets in the Northeast, but chefs can make do with a couple simple tricks. Either cheat and purchase asparagus and artichokes from sunny locales, or lend brightness to winter ingredients with spring flavors, such as citrus fruits and herbs.

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