Root Vegetables

It wasn't too long ago, in a time before refrigeration was common, that you would probably have a root cellar at your house. Your cellar might be underground, in the side of a hill or covered by a sturdy shed to keep food, mostly root vegetables, from freezing during winter and spoiling in the hot summer months. Certain root vegetables are extremely recognizable to everyday Americans, like carrots, beets and onions, for example. While others, like parsnips, celeriac or jicama, are not used as much but shouldn't necessaarily be excluded from your pantry. F&W's guide will offer recipes for every season, introduce you to unfamiliar root vegetables from other cuisines (think yuca or taro) and more.

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