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    I like rutabagas.

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    I don't think I've ever had a rutabaga. Hmm.
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    What in blue blazes is a rutabaga?



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    I googled it and apparently a rutabaga is the same thing as a turnip. Which I also have not had.

    It looks like sweet potato which makes me want to . Can anyone tell me what it tastes like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnestic View Post
    I googled it and apparently a rutabaga is the same thing as a turnip. Which I also have not had.

    It looks like sweet potato which makes me want to . Can anyone tell me what it tastes like?
    None of those things appeal to my taste buds. Except turnips... but I don't remember the taste of a turnip that well.

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    This is a really good tempranillo.
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    Isa good stuff, my fine kit-kat. Quite unlike the 'blech' of a turnip.
    Sweet potatoes are fine in pies and french fries. Otherwise--ugh.
    It's boiled and then mashed like a potato. It has a beautiful light orange flesh. Very thick skin and hard to cut. It is particularly wonderful when made with bacon and a bit of onion. My mom would fix it for me--I never fixed them. I never learned how and I can't ask her now.

    I'll have to experiment.

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    I would eat pretty much anything made with bacon and onion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    I would eat pretty much anything made with bacon and onion.
    Great--like most root vegetables, they are best in the fall. You are invited--I'm sure to have figured out how to cook it by then.
    We need a meat and a good wine. Some sort of pork. Or maybe even duck...with oranges--we'll need something strong to cut through that duck fat. (smacks lips).

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