Getting to Know Your Roots
Cozy veggie recipes for cold winter nights
Nestled underground, root vegetables are the embodiment of winter coziness. Once harvested, they also happen to be extremely versatile, easy to store, and chock-full of nutrients. Their names may sound exotic—celeriac, rutabaga—or frumpy—turnips, anyone?—but whether you go for the new or the familiar, you'd do well to take advantage of these seasonal powerhouses.
With a hint of fire and earth, Roasted Winter Root Vegetables make for a hearty side dish.
Rutabaga and Carrot Hash is an elegant alternative to the usual mashed potato.
Celery Root and Potato Soup is rich, creamy, and filling.