(1) parsnip wine(2) a puree of celeriac and parsnip(3) Cut the sweet potato, parsnip and broccoli into bite-sized chunks and add to the curry with the shallots and lemongrass.(4) Seeds that barely last to the second year include sweet corn, leek, onion, parsley, parsnip , rhubarb and salsify.(5) This field had been fallow the previous year, and it was already blanketed with wild mustard, violets, chickweed, and wild parsnip .(6) Using pastry bags, fill bottom half of shell with sweet potato mousse, fill top half of shell with parsnip pastry cream and top with chocolate glaze.(7) But hoummos has another, second life as an accompaniment to simple grills, served on the side in the same way that you would serve mashed potato or a parsnip purÔö£┬«e.(8) Among those with the shortest life are sweet corn, okra, onion, parsley and parsnip .(9) So the sweet, starchy parsnip was doubly useful and became a staple food.(10) The rule of thumb is to plant parsnips when you plant potatoes.(11) I particularly like the taste of parsnips , but you could substitute other root vegetables (carrots, turnips, celery-root) or better yet, use a mix of several.(12) I can't abide the sickly sweet flavour of parsnips .(13) When it comes to Christmas food I'm completely conventional - turkey, roast potatoes, roast parsnips , bread sauce, stuffing, English mustard and sausages.(14) On March 20, 1792, he was planting parsnips and working on asparagus beds when two girls climbed up on his fence.(15) Northern gardeners start parsnips in early spring, then let them grow all season and leave them in the ground covered with mulch for a winter or early spring harvest.(16) The supermarket has also seen more root vegetables such as parsnips , potatoes and carrots being sold.
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