You've definitely seen a rutabaga before, but you might have mistaken it for a turnip.
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Ask a random passerby when was the last time he or she had turnips, and you're likely to get one of the following responses: "Hmm-mm -- 1973?" or "Not since my mother made me eat them when I was six" or -- the most likely -- "Huh?"
Signing on to seasonality is easy and appealing in spring when the first tender, green shoots of asparagus burst forth, along with sweet new strawberr...
There's an amazing alchemy that happens to root vegetables (diced up and tossed with happy amounts of good olive oil) when they are very slowly sautéed in a cast iron pan.
In an official capacity, I should be waxing poetic about farmers markets here. Indeed, there is an unexpected bounty of winter fare to be found among ...
September and October are great planting months for root veggies and leafy greens. Want to eat local? Give growing your own veggies a try this winter....
if Freecycle works (and it does), and Craigslist has changed the way communities do business, why can't vegetable growers and food lovers take take advantage of this same business model?
The real purpose of teaching how to turn vegetables is to put culinary students through hell.
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