Friday, April 10, 2009



I try the ones from the store every so often. Parsnips and carrots in the fall sauted with a few onions can be life changing.

The best parsnips I have had come from Earthscape farm, but it doesn’t matter who grew them, it is when they are grown. Parsnips are best started in October in the north, like garlic. Then in spring, they will be your earliest crop. The flavor of a winter-grown parsnip is not to be missed; complex flavors that call to mind fine wine.

That is all, start them in October, along with the garlic and cover crops.


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