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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Well my DH dug up my parsnips for me. Yep, I got them all done and in the freezer. They tasted pretty good. That is a good job done. Have a good nite.
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    Gosh, I am learning a lot from you.
    Lynndak's recipe sounds good too.
    I have never grown parsnips before and refuse to pay the huge grocery store price for veggies with wax all over them, so maybe I better plant a few this year to try.
    In the fall do you cover them with anything when you keep them in the ground over the winter?
    Have a great day celebrating Honey's birthday! Here's her carrot. emoticon
    When does she start school?
    3932 days ago
    I love parsnips but didn't even know that you kept them in the ground through winter. I have a GREAT recipe that calls for parsnips, carrots, rutabegas, onions and potatoes. Cut em up and throw them in a covered casserole with store bought vegetable stock until the dish is about 1/2 way full. Maybe a little less. Add fresh thyme and bake until tender. YUMMY!! Brought it to my relatives house on Thanksgiving and everyone loved it and wanted the recipe. Plus you get to eat root vegetables.

    Anyway, sounds like you accomplished a lot today!


    3932 days ago
    I've NEVER had a parsnip... I'm curious how you prepare them???
    3932 days ago
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