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Root Vegetable Hash

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Dice vegetables into ½-inch cubes. Transfer vegetables to a bowl, drizzle with olive oil, and season with salt and pepper; toss to coat. Spread into a single layer on a baking sheet and roast until soft and beginning to brown, about 30 [...]

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Curry Cauliflower Soup

Heat oil in a large pot over medium-low heat.
Sauté onions and parsnip for 10 minutes, stirring often. Once onions are translucent, add garlic and curry powder and sauté until garlic turns golden.
Stir in cauliflower and thyme. Once vegetables are softened, deglaze pot with white wine, then add [...]

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Parsnip Custard with Pear Preserves, Crispy Buckwheat, and Pecans

“Parsnips can be prepared both sweet and savory. I especially enjoy the rich texture they have when slowly roasted,” says Blackberry Farm’s Executive Chef Dabney. For dessert, she plays up their sweet side in a parsnip custard with pear preserves and crispy buckwheat with pecans. Take that, [...]

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Parsnip Cake

Parsnips provide the same mild sweetness as their orange carrot cousins making them ideal for sweet and savory dishes. Sous Chef Chad Dennis uses the sweetness and moisture of parsnips in his Parsnip Cake. Made with fruity olive oil and star anise, this spicy little cake offers [...]

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Brussels Sprout Pizza

Brussels Sprouts don’t scream Super Bowl, but this pizza is a crowd pleaser at chef Moffett’s restaurant, Stagioni.

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Braised Pork with Apples, Smoked Grits, and Roasted Root Vegetables

Chef Colin Bedford of Fearrington House Restaurant in Pittsboro, North Carolina, combines his knowledge of local ingredients and Southern traditions with his English sensibility, resulting in dishes like braised pork cheeks. Bedford braises pork cheeks in apple cider and serves them alongside smoked grits and roasted rutabagas [...]

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Apple Soup with Rosemary Peanuts and Hickory-Brown Butter

“This apple soup, like most soups, gets better as it sits. For best results: chill overnight, reheat the next day, and serve. If you can wait!”

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Butterscotch Parsnip Soufflé

“I set out on this journey to understand how important food is,” he says. “It was funny that as a high-end chef I didn’t view food as a way to enhance your overall health. I viewed it as entertainment for guests and as basic fuel for myself.”- [...]

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Rabbit Stew and Sweet Potato Dumplings with Crispy Oats and Sage

“As a high-end chef, you’re out of reach for a lot of people. You’re just the special-occasion guy,” Crawford says. “I’ve moved around my whole career, and I love it here. I wanted to feed the larger community.”- Chef Scott Crawford