Rutabaga

~ $3.50 / each

I missed my rutabaga seeding window this season, so these are from the rock star farmers at Tangerini’s Farm. For a real treat on a cool fall night, chop into smallish pieces and roast until golden brown along with your other favorite roots. Rutabaga fries are devoured by our little ones, and even preferred to potato fries by this farmer.

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Ah, the Gilfeather. One of my favorite fall peculiarities. I love the way the waxy green leaves look in the garden, and how the plant shrugs off cold, actually getting sweeter after frost. I also love how well they store – under marginal root storage conditions, these will easily keep until next spring. I missed my rutabaga seeding window this season, so these are from the rock star farmers at Upswing Farm.

Originally from Vermont, these light-skinned white-fleshed rutabagas are exceptionally sweet and have a great texture when roasted. For a real treat on a cool fall night, chop into smallish pieces and roast until golden brown.

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Weight 1 lbs
Price per pound ($)