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parsnips and turnips
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Added these to my vegetable beef soup- lovin it. Anyone cooking with these veggies?

Posted on: 2013/3/11 19:10
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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I love parsnips fried in butter. I don't think I have ever had turnips.

Posted on: 2013/3/11 20:22
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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i've put them in soups myself. my mom made soup with these in them many times. i got a friend who cooks turnips and carrots till tender and then mashes them like mashed potatoes. havent tried it yet though. good luck.

Posted on: 2013/3/12 14:45
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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Love parsnips, turnips are only OK by me. My winter go-to for a side dish is to large dice carrots, parsnips, russet potatoes and sweet potatoes; toss with oil, salt and pepper; load it on a 1/2 sheet pan and into a 400 degree oven for 20-25 minutes.

Usually do this when roasting a chicken or pork loin, makes for great hash the next morning.

Posted on: 2013/3/12 15:41
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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Gonna give the roasted veggies a try!

Posted on: 2013/3/12 17:26
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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Quote:

zooks wrote:
Love parsnips, turnips are only OK by me. My winter go-to for a side dish is to large dice carrots, parsnips, russet potatoes and sweet potatoes; toss with oil, salt and pepper; load it on a 1/2 sheet pan and into a 400 degree oven for 20-25 minutes.

Usually do this when roasting a chicken or pork loin, makes for great hash the next morning.


I do the same exact thing all the time in the winter. It goes well with almost everything.

I will also add parsnips to chicken pot pie or chicken and dumplings.

At the end of the growing season we head over to the farmers market in downtown St. Paul and stock up on parsnips, carrots, and potatoes. You can usually get them very cheap from growers who are looking to move the last of their veggies before the end of the seaon. The carrots and parsnips we put into plastic storage bags with a couple folded over paper towels and toss them in the veggie drawer in the fridge. I think we just finished up the last of them the other day. After being stored for roughly 4 months they were still in perfect condition.

Posted on: 2013/3/13 9:44
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Re: parsnips and turnips
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I had turnips last night,We parboil them out of the garden then freeze.When we want them we fry them in real butter.Good Eats.They went with grilled chicken quarters.

Posted on: 2013/3/13 9:58
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