Now that the frost has come, it’s time to make stew. With all the turnips I did for the 2014 Seed Savers Exchange M-GEN turnip trial, it’s time to harvest those turnips, take some photos, then cook them in stews and eat them!
Since I never had it before, I decided to try the Milan Early Red Top Turnip first. It appears to be so rare that I couldn’t get a commercial seed source on Google. You’ll have to join Seed Savers Exchange to access this seed!
Here’s what the greens look like:
Here are the roots:
Here are the turnips fresh from the ground:
There are still plenty of Milan Early Red Top turnips in the ground. If you want to purchase them or the Gold Ball Turnips which I planted just for fun and try these rare, but tasty varieties, just drop me a line!