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Bonus points for apple chutney and horseradish yogurt.
An underdog we're rooting for.
These cakes and quick breads use vegetables in unexpected ways.
Merrill knows comfort.
Leftover parsnip purée gets biscuited.
Move over, carrots; there's a new cake in town.
This winter, parsnips and cardamom are here for you.
Parsnips aren't the most welcoming vegetable -- after all, they look like carrots after an attack by Bunnicula! But strip away that winter-toughed peel and you're left with a white vegetable that's gently sweet and almost honey-like when cooked.
Whether you're looking to feed a crowd or just cook up some comfort food, Gena offers her tips on vegan casseroles for every occasion, with a recipe for Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie with Parsnip and Potato Mash.
Winter vegetables get to pretend it's springtime.
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