Mashed Potato, Rutabaga, And Parsnip Casserole With Caramelized Onions
This is great with Apricot Glazed Turkey and Green Beans With Walnuts And Walnut Oil. This dish can be made one day ahead. The broth made in this recipe can be used as stock for turkey soup.
Roasted Root Vegetables With Apple Juice
Caramelized roasted vegetables made with a white wine syrup. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com.
A traditional Upper Peninsula of Michigan treat! Complete with rutabaga! I am from the UP and this is the real deal! Rub pasties with a little milk for a golden color.
Roasted Winter Vegetable Soup
This is a tasty and satisfying pureed soup that makes the best of the humble produce that winter farmers' markets have to offer.
Excellent Venison Soup
This soup is outstanding and a wonderful use of ground venison or elk, which is much better for you than ground beef. It also uses some veggies that we don't use very often, if ever! Here, it all comes together deliciously.
Cornish Finnish Michigan Pasties
I make these pasties about once a month for my family and extended family. I weigh my ingredients for accuracy and flavor.
Instant Pot® Rutabaga Mash
This lower-carb alternative to mashed potatoes can easily be made in a fraction of the time using a pressure cooker. The mash has a nice creamy and chunky texture, which complements any meat. I especially enjoy it with corned beef.
Cawl (Traditional Welsh Broth)
The recipe that follows is one that is popular with, and derived from, the local farming community of Cardiganshire. There are regional variations throughout Wales as to what meat is used; some use Pork or Mutton we use Shin Beef. The quantities used here are based on my own requirements for two to three days, as this soup is one that improves on subsequent re-heating. Serve with lightly buttered bread and a good mature Cheddar cheese
Rutabaga Oven Fries
Rutabagas crisp well with only a little bit of oil. Here is a healthy but delicious way to eat this unusual vegetable! Use a 1 1/2-pound rutabaga.
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Sean's Mommy's Roasted Root Vegetables
I wanted to do something different as a vegetable side dish. It was Thanksgiving, so I got a bunch of root vegetables and roasted them. They were a hit and are now a staple at our holiday table. I cook them during the year sometimes, as well.
My mom has been making the stew for many years and it is by far the BEST stew I have ever tasted. It is hearty, filling, and inexpensive not to mention extremely delicious and fairly easy to make. The hardest part and the most time-consuming part for this stew is preparing the vegetables. I chop and dice all my vegetables by hand and so it can consume a little bit more time, but it is very much worth the extra time it takes. Pork, beef, or venison are all good in this recipe, too.