Raw turnips have a pleasant, mild bite; sautéed, they’re delectably sweet. If you’d like to make use of winter’s bumper crop of this underused root veggie, they’re delicious simply sautéed with red bell pepper. more→
Root vegetables are so abundant in the fall, and come in so many earthy hues. Roasting roots in a hot oven is the best way to bring out their mellow, slightly sweet flavors. Since they taste just as good at room temperature as they do hot, they’re presented here in an altogether appetizing salad. Recipe adapted from Vegan Holiday Kitchen. Photos by Susan Voisin.
Parsnips are hardy winter roots whose mild flavor is perfect for this soothing cool-weather soup. This vegan chowder is brimming with mild seasonal vegetables. Though it’s homey and hearty, perfect for any cold-weather meal, it’s surprisingly elegant choice with which to start a holiday meal like Christmas dinner. more→