Why (And How) We’re Cooking Parsnips This Season



Among the multitudes of root veggies that crop up this time of year, you’ll find the humble parsnip: resembling a white carrot, these (in my opinion) underrated little vegetables deserve a place in any kitchen. In fact a member of the same family as the carrot, parsnips have a sweet, almost slightly nutty flavor that’s super appealing in colder weather—and since they’re in season all winter long (from around September until March), that’s exactly when you should be cooking with them.

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