If you're like me, you are juuuuust about to reach root vegetable overload. You've dutifully roasted and shredded your carrots, turnips, and rutabagas on repeat. You've explored every possible way to consume a parsnip.
Bad news: Winter is just reaching its peak, and root vegetables are going to be your constant kitchen companions for a few more months yet. Good news: we've rounded up our most triumphant ways to cook them so that you won't suffer from tuber ennui for one more second. Toss them into a spicy, brothy soup, top them with a sweet preserved lemon glaze, or mash them with chipotle and maple syrup. No matter what you do, don't give up on root vegetables—just give these 25 recipes a try.
What are your favorite ways to make use of the winter glut of root vegetables? Tell us in the comments!
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