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November 23, 2010

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Angela

I am thoroughly impressed over your enthusiasm for the rutabaga. I suppose I need to bring it back into the kitchen. It actually is present in some traditional "soul food" recipes too (memories from my childhood in Louisiana). Here in Norway, I've only had it in a mash -- which I must confess, I didn't love! But I am a lover of winter vegetables, so, I'm going to give it another try!

Maria @ Scandifoodie

I love rutabaga! In Finland we make a casserole of it for Christmas (very similar to yours) and it's so delicious with some lingonberry!

kim

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I keep pullig the rutabagas out of the fridge, wishing they were zuchinis instead, and then putting them back. Now maybe i'll actually use them....

siri

Kim- zucchinis are delicious in their own right, but have nothing on rutabagas. Start using them!

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