Oftentimes at brunch, I'm so underwhelmed by the side dishes: usually just some overdressed frisée or a bad biscuit (hey, I may live in Brooklyn, but this Southern girl knows what a real biscuit is supposed to taste like). This delicious side dish is easy to pull together at the last minute, but your guests will never know! It's a great compliment to any brunch table. —Ty Ryavec
Test Kitchen Notes
WHO: Ty Ryavec is a photographer who grew up in Baltimore.
WHAT: Earthy roasted turnips, dressed up in a perky vinaigrette.
HOW: Roast your turnips; whisk together your dressing; toss; sprinkle with tarragon.
WHY WE LOVE IT: We love how elegant Ty's recipe is -- it's just a few ingredients, but we'd happily serve it at a dinner party.Turnips are one of those vegetables that are easy to overlook; this recipe, for those who rarely buy them, is revelatory. We love the kick of the mustard and shallots, as well as the springy freshness of the tarragon. —The Editors
4 to 6
Roasted Baby Turnips
baby turnips, peeled and chopped into quarters