Vegetable Recipes from the Root Cellar

In her book "Recipes from the Root Cellar" author Andrea Chesman talks about storing late-harvest vegetables in the root cellar to be savored in winter and shares a few recipes you’re sure to enjoy.

| Fall 2018

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    Storing garden produce in the root cellar in summer means fresh and delicious dishes in winter.
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  • root cellar vegetables

Late-harvest vegetables are the treasures of every locavore's winter kitchen. Robust, hearty greens, sweet winter squashes, jewel-toned root vegetables, and potatoes of every variety bring satisfying flavors and an impressive array of nutritional benefits to the supper table.

Grab the vegetables from your well-tended root cellar, or buy them at your local market, and try them in the following recipes, which make it possible to eat fresh and local year-round.

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This article and recipes were reprinted with permission from Recipes from the Root Cellar by Andrea Chesman, published by Storey Publishing.






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