Monday, August 31, 2015

Getting to the root of rutabagas

Well, when life gives you rutabagas, you make a soup, a slaw and a pie.

Getting to the root of rutabagas

Table Matters

Alicia Lamoureux was delighted at the idea of seeing rutabags for 99 cents a pound.

But what would she do with three pounds of an odd-named root vegetable that she had never cooked with?

Well, when life gives you rutabagas, you make a soup, a slaw and a pie.

For Table Matters, Lamoureux breaks it down and gives recipes.

See it here.


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