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