Good Harris Model Parsnips

by Mike

Another generously filled envelop of seed. These are slow growing, I pulled them when they theoretically ought to have been mature but they where rather small. They may have needed more time than I expected or lacked some soil nutrient.

That said, I’ve never had parsnips before this. I cut them into spears and used them in tempura. My kiddo declared the parsnip the best of a half dozen vegetables I cooked in the mix. Planted out more and have plenty of seed to try some more next year as well.

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