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  1. #21
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    Haggis, 'Neeps, and Tatties.....You may have to substitute ground beef for the haggis, and add a good whisky sauce. Mmm, Burns supper.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/ha...otandwhi_92144

    Preferably consumed at Loch Lochy youth hostel after a day of hillwalking....damn it, now I'm homesick.

    This year will hopefully be consumed after a cold day's riding. Or in Scotland, if I can get myself there.
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    wendy:
    I'm a pickle-holic so this sounds great

    jn4jenny:
    turnip fries!!!!!!! X P------ <HomerSimpson Drool

    Since turnips seem to be in the same family as rutabagas (that I LOFF mashed) - does anyone know how to cook these w/o making your kitchen smell like a loaded diaper?
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    Hmmm I'm pretty sure cows and goats eat them
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    Pigs, too.



  5. #25
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    my grandmother mashes them with butter, salt, pepper and carrots. Boil carrots and turnips (peeled and cubed) till soft, then coarsely mash.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2DogsFarm View Post
    jn4jenny:
    turnip fries!!!!!!! X P------ <HomerSimpson Drool

    Since turnips seem to be in the same family as rutabagas (that I LOFF mashed) - does anyone know how to cook these w/o making your kitchen smell like a loaded diaper?
    Yes, the turnip fries sound awesome! Definitely gonna try that one.

    You can reduce turnip stench by adding a teaspoon of sugar to the cooking water. I also make them in a pressure cooker so the vapor waft-age is minimal. I've heard that putting a stale piece of bread on top of the cooking water helps, but I haven't tried that.



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    Visiting in Wales recently, we were served a most excellent soup, made with pureed carrots and turnips, only they called the turnips something else. But it was divine, and the perfect meal with a loaf of crusty buttered bread, for a cold, rainy day.
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