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Turnip and collard greens from Crum’s Heirlooms are a side offering.
But fall will mean another spätzle switch with the introduction of heartier vegetables such as turnips and butternut squash.
Think cauliflower, broccolini, leeks, turnips, mushrooms, beets, carrots, parsnips, brussels sprouts, fingerling potatoes, green beans, cabbage…
The story takes an unexpected twist in the air that put a lot of smiles on listeners’ faces -- as well as the turnip salesman at the beginning of the song.
Spiralizers work well with sturdy produce such as zucchini, carrots, beets, celeriac, eggplant, sweet and white potatoes, parsnips, turnips, broccoli stems, jicama, firm apples and pears.
Plant seeds of broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, collards, mustard, turnips, squash, cucumbers, bush snap beans and bush lima beans.
The neighborhood's refugee farmers will be selling salad mix, chard, kale, greens (turnip, mustard, collard), sugar snap peas, herbs, radishes and salad mix.
Tiny leaves of just-snipped mugwort balance the brooding force of black rice and baby turnips.
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Origin and Etymology of turnip
First Known Use: 1533See Words from the same year
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Definition of turnip for English Language Learners
: a round, light-colored root of a plant that is eaten as a vegetable; also : the plant that produces such a root
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