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Baking with Turnips and Carrots

Baking with Turnips and Carrots
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by in Sep 2008

Root vegetables — turnips, onions, parsnips, potatoes — can last for months if stored properly. A cool, dark, dry spot with good ventilation will keep them edible for months. Be sure to check on them every now and again, and don’t store them in plastic bags.

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Here are some delicious ways to bring root vegetables to your table, including food editor Annie B. Copps’ family recipe for Autumn Turnip Souffle.

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