A recipe that isn't Thérèse Coffey's for Sautéed sliced baby turnips and tops. They won't stand in for tomatoes but are themselves delicious when properly cooked.
Bran is even more manageable! Thank you. I hope our Environment Secretary will relish this recipe as much as I shall.
However delicious your recipe I am not persuaded about turnips!
I'm partial to hakurai--small white turnips, sold at the farmers markets, which are also called 'salad turnips. They are best eaten raw, sliced thin. They are juicy and crisp, like a sweeter, less pungent radish.
Chekhov‘s CHERRY ORCHARD was written back in 1903 but the dilemma is still the same. You might look it up on YouTube and watch while cooking;-)
Brilliant piece Julia!
Hey Bim guess what? In Japan they pickle turnips by burying them in ground barley and they come out sweet and crunchy and delicious! I have eaten around 90kg of them in the past fortnight.