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Add rutabaga, season with salt, and toss to combine.
The chicken, which again was extremely tender and juicy, and its accompanying creamy rutabaga, also was not piping hot.
It's served with mashed potatoes, a carrot and rutabaga puree seasoned with thyme and local honey.
Various other roots: Colorful beets, bins of rutabaga and a wide selection of turnips are ready to add sizzle to your salads and roasted dishes.
To wit: a Dutch baby pancake piled with roasted apples, lemon caramel and whipped sour cream; a sourdough lemon poppy seed waffle with pearl sugar, slathered in persimmon butter and maple syrup; a side of rutabaga and potato latkes.
Think toasty soft pretzels dipped in velvety rutabaga fondue or braised tempeh with crunchy kimchee slaw.
Try the pork shoulder with kale, rutabaga, Tasso sauce, golden raisin, red beans and rice buff.
Who knew a Philadelphia chef on Locust Street could single-handedly make rutabaga futures turn to gold?
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Origin and Etymology of rutabaga
First Known Use: 1789See Words from the same year
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: a large, yellowish root vegetable that is a type of turnip
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