We grow romanesco cauliflower (also known as romanesco broccoli) because it does well in our fields and doesn't suffer from too much pest damage, unlike the more common white variety. Eat it raw, steamed, sautéed or puréed.
Charred Romanesco with Anchovies and Mint
Broccoli Romanesco with Parmesan
Substitute white cauliflower for your romanesco in these recipes: