There is no end to the delightful ways that Massachusetts turnip king Geoffrey Antoine can use his favorite vegetable.
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What about the tops of the turnip?? What a waste if you are not eating the tops as well.Slow cooked turnip greens(tops,not the gigantic leaves pls but young and tender) with a ham hock and some red pepper flakes….hmmmmmm good
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