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24th Dec 2006, 02:53   | tags:,,

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Caine says:

Mmmmm, parsnips. Haven't had any of those for a long time.

24th Dec 2006, 03:26

Parsnips are the root of all evil..

Bleugh!

24th Dec 2006, 08:42

factotum says:

We have parsnips year around in Montreal, but I usually cook them only at Christmas, roasted with potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, lots of garlic, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and rosemary. They're pretty good that way!

24th Dec 2006, 13:25

I dont like when they disguise themselves as roast potatoes!

24th Dec 2006, 14:03

Rick says:

Parsips look good. I haven't had any for a very long time. I love the brussel sprouts too.

24th Dec 2006, 22:10

hildegard says:

Sprouts here are Correctly Purveyed - very fresh & on the stalk. Cook for no more than 8 mins. Parsnips should be roasted in same pan as onions, lemon & spuds, with garlic & pricked cherry toms added later... mmm... not long now...
Merry Christmas! :)

25th Dec 2006, 02:43