A little green thing is coming to the White Houses kitchen.
And it’s a bit of a challenge for the foodies.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, there are now a total of 12 types of green vegetables available for your viewing pleasure.
They are as diverse as the people in your family, and they all require a little bit of planning and thought to make sure they look good on your plate.
To get an idea of just how diverse these new plants are, take a look at some of the other veggies available for viewing in the president’s garden.
You may not think green vegetables have a name for how diverse they are, but they do.
Some of them are just plain edible.
But others have culinary value that may be worth spending a little time to discover.
For instance, a tomato with tomatoes, lettuce and cucumber is an awesome way to eat fresh tomato-based greens.
You can make this salad and eat it while watching the President of the United States cook.
It may be a little more complicated to make, but it’s definitely worth the effort.
The same goes for green peas, carrots and onions.
You may not realize it, but the greens are really delicious and you can eat a few whole.
But wait, there’s more.
Some new vegetables, like basil, turn into something more substantial when you cook them.
You will find them in salad dressings, soups, sandwiches and even sandwiches with bacon and cheese.
These new greens are a perfect choice for summertime and the cooler months.
And some are just great for cold-weather cooking.
The new plant variety has already started appearing on the menu in some restaurants.
For example, there is a plant in the kitchen that looks and tastes like a carrot.
But these new varieties are not just a new addition to the kitchen, they are also a great addition to your family’s dining room.
The White House is a garden, after all.
And now, you know all you need about new green vegetable recipes.