What's in Season?

Winter, spring, summer, and fall each offer their own unique fruits and vegetables for distinct seasonal flavor. Learn to choose and use each season's best.

Winter Produce Guide

Let the recipes of winter warm you with hardy root vegetables, tangy cranberries, robust greens, and citrus fruits.

Winter Turnips Guide
Photo: Oxmoor House

Turnips

Often called winter greens, turnip greens are actually available almost year-round. But in deep winter, they become sweeter. The greens aren't the only good product of this vegetable, however. The roots can be boiled and mashed or roasted and pureed; they can also be cubed and tossed with butter or used raw in salads.

Recipes:
Roasted Winter Vegetables
Beer-Braised Beef with Onion, Carrot, and Turnips
Spicy-Sweet Turnips
Guinness Lamb Stew
Chickpea and Winter Vegetable Stew

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