Roasting Winter Veggies

Wedges of potatoes, carrots, and parsnips roasted on a baking sheet

The first winter I was a member of a CSA, I was overwhelmed by the number of root vegetables I received. I learned to make a few family favorites like Beet Salad and Kohlrabi Bake, but I worried I wouldn’t be able to use all the winter veggies I was getting, especially on busy weeknights. […]

Prepping & Storing Root Vegetables

An overhead photo of a plate with four sections. Each section has slices of root vegetables cut into wedges

Pictured above from left to right: daikon radish, purple mu radish, kohlrabi, and rainbow carrots.   Have a makeshift root cellar? Root vegetables do fine in the refrigerator, but an overcrowded produce drawer can feel overwhelming. A cool basement in the late fall and winter can be a useful place to store excess root vegetables. […]

Parsley Root

bunch of parsley root

Parsley Root Veggie Type: Root Season: Cold-weather (fall through spring) Peak months:December-April Uses: Parsley roots look a lot like parsnips, but they’re more of a bright white (once you wash off the dirt and get peeling), and if you’re lucky, they’ll still have the easily identifiable parsley greens attached. The parsley roots should be peeled […]