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Parsnips are pleasingly low in calories, although, unfortunately, they taste exponentially better the more butter you add.
Well, you can make a turkey pie, whip up some turkey and avocado bagels for a Boxing Day picnic, throw everything in one big pot for a turkey casserole, or if you've got some parsnips left as well you could make a turkey and parsnip curry.
Pale yellow or cream colored, parsnips (Pastinaca sativa) look similar to carrots, with a more bulbous top.
However, I contracted a severe case in early summer when I was harvesting leftover parsnip seed heads by ripping them off the stalks by hand because I was too lazy to go get my clippers.
Parsnip works pretty well with pear, too, but add a little chopped apple and some cinnamon and you've got a muffin that's hard to beat.
As other gardeners arrive, tasks will be assigned, beds will be weeded and the parsnip digging will continue.
Long thin, bumpy and oh-so-plain, the parsnip isn't exactly winning any beauty contests.
Aviko is continuing to serve up innovative new products with the launch of its Mini Gratins with Parsnip & Jerusalem Artichoke helping to add a real point of difference to the festive dining occasion.
4 THEY can be par-boiled then roasted, mashed with cream, braised, steamed or deep-fried in thin slices to make delicious parsnip crisps.
For a bargain price of PS1, the bag contained a swede, a parsnip, some carrots and onions.
A COVENTRY scientist has won funding to ensure the popular parsnip remains a Christmas dinner favourite for years to come.
Liquidise the cooked parsnip and milk until smooth.