Monday, 12 January 2009

The Earthy Appeal of Root Vegetables

* Life & style * Nigel Slater recipes
Jerusalem artichokes are the key ingredient in an inexpensive but velvety and delicious soup. These and other root vegetables might look boring, but they have a simple, honest appeal. One of the rules of good food shopping is that any vegetable sold with a coating of mud usually deserves a closer look. ...
... There is not only the chance that your root vegetables are more likely to be fresh from the field, but in better condition. Vegetables tend to be happier in soil than in plastic. The sacks of sand in which our family kept its home-grown parsnips and turnips saw them in fine fettle through till early spring. ...

Full Story: Coming back down to earth; by Nigel Slater, on the Guardian.co.uk




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