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Synonyms for parsnip

the whitish root of cultivated parsnip

a strong-scented plant cultivated for its edible root

whitish edible root

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Peel and finely grate the parsnips. In a separate bowl, cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.
2 PARSNIPS are rich in folate which is especially important for women during pregnancy to help decrease the risk of birth defects.
*Prices correct at time of going to press Parsnip & ginger soup with spiced roast chickpeas and chunky bread SHOPPING LIST.
For the puree, heat the butter in a saucepan and cook the parsnips for one minute on a high heat.
Packed with fibre and potassium (good for digestion and blood pressure), parsnips are great in soups, or mashed with carrot, potato, swede or celeriac.
Young Nashi, Kumoi, Asian Pears and, left, freshly-dug parsnips
Meanwhile, combine the parsnips with 4 cups broth in a pot and bring to a simmer over medium high heat.
by Times News ServiceYou can cook parsnips in several different ways.
Pale yellow or cream colored, parsnips (Pastinaca sativa) look similar to carrots, with a more bulbous top.
To ensure fresh carrots and parsnips were delivered to customers on-time during the busy festive period, vegetable producer, Alan Bartlett and Sons, says it used a tried and tested method for dealing with the seasonal business boom by hiring a THORWORLD INDUSTRIES loading ramp for the ninth consecutive year.
A FIRE in a trailer full of parsnips caused problems for drivers on the M62 near Huddersfield.
I really appreciated Barbara Damrosch's article about parsnips and sorrel in your last issue (The Gardener's Table, April/May 2016).
With the glut of British parsnips at the minute, what's your excuse?
But walking through his garage into the back, an unusual sight greets the eye--a yard filled with garden plots, where herbs, parsnips, chives and all manner of other plants are growing.