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Passover parsnips

Yesterday I harvested parsnips to roast and serve for my Passover seder. These parsnips I seeded exactly one year ago and overwintered in a bed of leaf mulch. The winter intensifies and carmelizes┬áthe sweetness and flavor of the parsnips.   … Continue reading

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Spring vegetables

I chanced upon a great spring vegetable soup recipe. It’s easy to make, absolutely delicious and even better reheated. The soup is composed of a puree of parsnips and leeks with ginger. (Recipe shared below.) The parsnips and leeks came … Continue reading

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Passel of parsnips

All winter long, the parsnips were caramelizing under ground and under snow. I planted these parsnips late Spring 2013 for harvest now. ┬áLovely to spy their feathery, deep green tops in the early spring garden. Parsnips are related to carrots, … Continue reading

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