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Gluten-free parsnip, pork & apple stuffing

This post is coming a little late for those who already know what they’re cooking for Thanksgiving, but hey some of us are last minute planners (cough *me*) and need some hour culinary i…

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6-hour slow-roasted pork shoulder

Jamie Oliver's proper old-school Sunday roast pork with crackling!

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Winter stir-fry with chinese five-spice

The warming recipe includes a hint of star anise within Chinese five-spice powder that gives this dish character. You can chop and change the vegetables a little depending on what you have in your kitchen – celeriac instead of parsnip, for instance, or shredded cabbage rather than sprouts – but this is a particularly fun way of using Brussels sprouts in a meal.

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Parsnip Mashed Potatoes

Parsnip Mashed Potatoes- Description It started with parsnips. Lately, it seems like every cooking show I watch, they’re doing something with parsnips. I’d never even heard of parsnips before last month, and now they’re everywhere. I suppose that’s how it always goes. So what is a parsnip? Parsnips are a root vegetable; they look like white carrots, only less sweet. So, I decided that for my first parsnip dish, I’d go with something I mastered long ago.

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Easy Gourmet Food

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Use fresh or frozen cauliflower and add cheese to this simple puree to make it suitable for older babies

What Is Parsley Root Good For?

Parsley is a member of the carrot family that includes celery, fennel, anise and dill. Parsley root is light beige, shaped like a carrot, but slender like a parsnip. The flavor is described as a taste between celery and carrots with a little parsley leaf and turnip. Parsley root has a more delicate, sweeter and more herbal taste than a parsnip....

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