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  1. #51
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    I had a turnip in the fridge, too. I just spaced it out. Besides, I'm hoping that the tartness of the cheap Bordeaux balances out the sugars of the carrot and starchiness of the potatoes
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    We made a pretty bomber sweet potato soup/coconut curry on Sunday. And by we, I mean my GF, I just followed directions.


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    Best part about being married to a Russian is the soups. This one is called schi, and it's made from sorrel (lemon spinach), homemade chicken broth, chicken, boiled eggs, dill, onions, and potatoes. Sounds weird but it's both refreshing (sorrel is very sour) and hearty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    This one is called schi
    So good. Dill always reminds me of Russia.

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    I think we all agree that a nice crusty bread makes a good soup even better. And WTF is parsnip and turnips? Not a veggie guy, so likely would not like it, but I don't know if I've even seen one, never mind eaten it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    I think we all agree that a nice crusty bread makes a good soup even better. And WTF is parsnip and turnips? Not a veggie guy, so likely would not like it, but I don't know if I've even seen one, never mind eaten it.
    Try those things some time in a pan of roasted root veggies. Bit of olive oil, balsamic, salt, and pepper - roast until things are fork-tender. Roasted parsnips and turnips are quite tasty...

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