local and in season

What's in Season in Winter

By Colleen Leonardi / Photography By Carole Topalian | December 01, 2016
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Parsnips are one of my favorite winter root vegetables. Roasted with honey and rosemary, they serve as a heartier staple than potatoes for me, and are nutritional with plenty of fiber, vitamin C, B-vitamins and mineral content. A member of the taproot family and kin to carrots, they’re also sweet. And I like a sweet root in winter. See our recipe for Beef Stew with Parsnips and other root vegetable dishes.

Onions
Potatoes
Winter Squash
Turnips
Cabbage
Microgreens
Sprouts
Carrots
Maple syrup
Cheese
Milk
Meats
Honey

Local staple crops, such as Shagbark’s Beans and Stone Ground Whole Flours (see page XX for our story about one of the grain farmers who supplies Shagbark’s organic grains).

Article from Edible Columbus at http://columbus.ediblefeast.com/recipes/whats-in-season-winter
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