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    notbob Guest

    Default Parsnips? What?

    Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    nb

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    cshenk Guest

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    "notbob" wrote

    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?


    MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.05

    Title: Honey, It's Parsnips
    Categories: Side dishes, Vegetables, Cyberealm
    Yield: 6 Servings

    1 1/2 lb Parsnips; peeled and
    -diagonally sliced into
    -1/2" pieces
    3/4 c Water
    1/2 ts Salt
    2 tb Butter
    1 tb Honey
    1/4 c Orange Juice
    1 ts Orange Peel; grated

    In a saucepan, cook parsnips in water and salt over medium heat until
    fork-tender, about 10 minutes. Drain and remove from pan. In same pan
    heat butter, honey, juice and orange peel together; toss with
    parsnips and a little salt, if desired. Serve hot.

    Source: Medford Mail Tribune, 10 January 1995 TYped by Katherine Smith
    Kook-Net: The Shadow Zone IV - Stinson Beach, CA

    From Gemini's MASSIVE MealMaster collection at www.synapse.com/~gemini

    MMMMM

    MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.05

    Title: 5-Ingredient Pot Roast
    Categories: Beef, To post
    Yield: 6 Servings

    3 lb Beef chuck roast; boneless
    1 Envelope Onion-mushroom soup
    -mix Mixed with 1 1/2 cups
    -water
    1 cn Whole tomato; Undrained
    2 lg White turnips; peeled, Cut
    -in 8 wedges
    3 lg Parsnips; peeled, Cut in
    -pieces

    1. Brown meat on all sides in a 4- to 5-qt nonstick Dutch oven.

    2. Add soup-and-water mixture and tomatoes. Bring to a boil, reduce
    heat, cover and simmer 1 1/2 hours, turning meat over once.

    3. Add vegetables. Simmer 40 minutes or until meat and vegetables are
    tender when pierced.

    4. Lift meat to cutting board. Cover loosely with foil and let it
    stand for 10 to 15 minutes.

    5. Slice meat across the grain. Serve with vegetables and gravy.

    Recipe by: Woman's Day 3/10/98

    Posted to recipelu-digest by Rodeo46898 <[email protected]> on Mar
    2, 1998

    MMMMM

    MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.05

    Title: Baked Parsnips Irish Style
    Categories: Irish, Vegetables
    Yield: 8 Servings

    2 1/2 lb Parsnips
    2 oz Butter or bacon fat
    3 tb Stock
    Salt and pepper
    Pinch nutmeg

    Peel parsnips, quarter, and remove any woody core. Parboil for 15
    minutes. Place in an ovenproof dish. Add stock and sprinkle with
    salt, pepper and nutmeg. Dot with butter and bake for 30 minutes on
    a low shelf in a moderate oven. (Generally parsnips are baked in the
    same oven as the main meat dish, whose cooking temperature governs
    that of the parsnips.) Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #251

    Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 21:49:00 -0400

    From: [email protected]

    MMMMM




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    Julia Altshuler Guest

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    notbob wrote:
    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?



    Peel and chunk as one does carrots.
    Brown an onion.
    Add chix broth and parsnip chunks, maybe a carrot chunk too for color
    and flavor.
    Boil until parsnips are soft.
    Puree.
    Add cream, half & half, or milk.
    Heat gently.
    Add snipped dill, salt, white pepper.

    Wonderful soup.


    --Lia


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    Julia Altshuler Guest

    Default Re: Parsnips? What?

    notbob wrote:
    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?



    Peel and chunk as one does carrots.
    Brown an onion.
    Add chix broth and parsnip chunks, maybe a carrot chunk too for color
    and flavor.
    Boil until parsnips are soft.
    Puree.
    Add cream, half & half, or milk.
    Heat gently.
    Add snipped dill, salt, white pepper.

    Wonderful soup.


    --Lia


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    sf Guest

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    On Sat, 26 Apr 2008 18:01:35 GMT, notbob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?
    >

    Take one, grate it up and throw it into a bean soup or starters.

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    sf Guest

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    On Sat, 26 Apr 2008 18:01:35 GMT, notbob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?
    >

    Take one, grate it up and throw it into a bean soup or starters.

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    The Ranger Guest

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    notbob <[email protected]> wondered aloud in message
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    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do
    > ya' do with 'em?


    You lived in a farming community for all those years and never
    had parsnips?! Gahds alive, man, you deprived yourself!

    Roasted Roots!

    In a casserole dish, add 4 TBS _melted_ butter, beets,
    parsnips, turnips, and new potatoes. mix together and in
    butter, salt and pepper to taste, broil over 400F heat for 40
    minutes (or until browned to your taste); serve with slab o'
    meat of your choosing and Arrogant Bastard.

    The Ranger



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    The Ranger Guest

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    notbob <[email protected]> wondered aloud in message
    news:36KQj.8474$[email protected]..
    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do
    > ya' do with 'em?


    You lived in a farming community for all those years and never
    had parsnips?! Gahds alive, man, you deprived yourself!

    Roasted Roots!

    In a casserole dish, add 4 TBS _melted_ butter, beets,
    parsnips, turnips, and new potatoes. mix together and in
    butter, salt and pepper to taste, broil over 400F heat for 40
    minutes (or until browned to your taste); serve with slab o'
    meat of your choosing and Arrogant Bastard.

    The Ranger



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    Jed Guest

    Default Re: Parsnips? What?

    On Sat, 26 Apr 2008 18:01:35 GMT, notbob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?


    Parsnips are a good flavoring agent for chicken soup and stews and can
    be cooked like carrots in butter, garlic, and parsley or honey-glazed.

    I think parsnips have a slight natural cinnamon flavor.


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    Jed Guest

    Default Re: Parsnips? What?

    On Sat, 26 Apr 2008 18:01:35 GMT, notbob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?


    Parsnips are a good flavoring agent for chicken soup and stews and can
    be cooked like carrots in butter, garlic, and parsley or honey-glazed.

    I think parsnips have a slight natural cinnamon flavor.


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    Blinky the Shark Guest

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    notbob wrote:

    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?


    Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.


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    Blinky the Shark Guest

    Default Re: Parsnips? What?

    notbob wrote:

    > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?


    Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.


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    The Ranger Guest

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    On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    > notbob wrote:
    > > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >
    > Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    > choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    > *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.


    Bah!

    Bah and Humbug!

    Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    dislike the taste of food!

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    The Ranger Guest

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    On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    > notbob wrote:
    > > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >
    > Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    > choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    > *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.


    Bah!

    Bah and Humbug!

    Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    dislike the taste of food!

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    The Ranger Guest

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    Blinky the Shark <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected] et...
    > notbob wrote:
    >> Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do
    >> ya' do with 'em?
    >>

    > Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt?
    > Pepper? Butter? Your choice. Then eat them.
    > Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    > *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.



    Bah!

    Bah and Humbug!

    Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or
    simply
    dislike the taste of food!

    The Ranger



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    The Ranger Guest

    Default Re: Parsnips? What?

    Blinky the Shark <no.sp[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected] et...
    > notbob wrote:
    >> Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do
    >> ya' do with 'em?
    >>

    > Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt?
    > Pepper? Butter? Your choice. Then eat them.
    > Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    > *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.



    Bah!

    Bah and Humbug!

    Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or
    simply
    dislike the taste of food!

    The Ranger



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    jmcquown Guest

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    The Ranger wrote:
    > On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    >> notbob wrote:
    >>> Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >>
    >> Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter?
    >> Your choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself
    >> to them, *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.

    >
    > Bah!
    >
    > Bah and Humbug!
    >
    > Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    > dislike the taste of food!
    >

    I wonder if nb's gonna share with everyone what his mother plans to do with
    those parsnips?

    Jill



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    jmcquown Guest

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    The Ranger wrote:
    > On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    >> notbob wrote:
    >>> Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >>
    >> Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter?
    >> Your choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself
    >> to them, *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.

    >
    > Bah!
    >
    > Bah and Humbug!
    >
    > Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    > dislike the taste of food!
    >

    I wonder if nb's gonna share with everyone what his mother plans to do with
    those parsnips?

    Jill



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    TammyM Guest

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    "The Ranger" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    >> notbob wrote:
    >> > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >>
    >> Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    >> choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    >> *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.

    >
    > Bah!
    >
    > Bah and Humbug!
    >
    > Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    > dislike the taste of food!


    I actually agree with Range. If NB boils them, he may never be enticed to
    enjoy the beauty that is the humble parsnip. Roasted parsnips are
    magnifico! Boiled parsnips are like boiled beets. Blech. Of course, the
    ever popular YMMV applies.

    TammyM



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    TammyM Guest

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    "The Ranger" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > On Apr 26, 11:24 am, Blinky the Shark <no.s...@box.invalid> wrote:
    >> notbob wrote:
    >> > Mom bought some parsnips. What the heck do ya' do with 'em?

    >>
    >> Start simple. Cut some up and boil them. Salt? Pepper? Butter? Your
    >> choice. Then eat them. Then, once you've introduced yourself to them,
    >> *then* explore the recipes suggested here by others.

    >
    > Bah!
    >
    > Bah and Humbug!
    >
    > Roasted over boiled is better -- unless you're ascared or simply
    > dislike the taste of food!


    I actually agree with Range. If NB boils them, he may never be enticed to
    enjoy the beauty that is the humble parsnip. Roasted parsnips are
    magnifico! Boiled parsnips are like boiled beets. Blech. Of course, the
    ever popular YMMV applies.

    TammyM



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