Definition of parsnip
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Three-pound tomatoes, 9-pound cucumbers, carrots over three feet long, parsnips over four feet long.How a British Retiree Became the Twitter King of ‘Big Veg’ Gardening|Jenny G. Zhang|April 12, 2021|Eater
The other half of that mixture is whisked with olive oil and vinegar to make a sumptuous drizzle for the carrot and parsnip batons which are roasted on the sheet pan alongside the fish.
Braised short ribs come with escorts of parsnip puree and grilled carrots, their earthiness heightened with a drizzle of coffee oil.Glover Park Grill woos its neighborhood with all-American cooking|Tom Sietsema|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
Maple Parsnip Cake With Maple Meringue Frosting This cake is full of fall ingredients, maple and parsnips.
Old Jerry was pure boiler plate; he could squeeze ten per cent interest out of a frozen parsnip.A Hoosier Chronicle|Meredith Nicholson
Half an hour before dinner add a small onion, a sliced parsnip and carrot, a few bits of turnip, and a half-dozen dumplings.
The Apios belongs to the family of Umbellifer, and is consequently allied to celery, parsnip, and carrot.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Fusiform: Outline of a parsnip, narrow at either end, broadest below the surface (Fig. 151, k).The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
Parsnip, Parsnep, prs′nip, n. an edible plant with a carrot-like root.