Once again, this is a turnip that Google won’t help you find seed for. I haven’t tasted it yet, but the quick Google search found some unhappy Alaskian researchers who found the turnips large, but pithy. The ones I sliced open for photos looked okay so hopefully, it’s an extreme north thing!
Here are the sliced roots:
Here are the turnip greens:
Here are the roots and leaves, fresh from the ground:
The Milan Early Red Top Turnips tasted fantastic — sweet, bright and without a hint of sulfur. These turnips look pretty conventional to me, but hopefully, they will taste better than the standard supermarket turnip. At the very least, they are fresh! As this variety produces a lot of greens, I bought some ham hocks to cook the greens with. Stay tuned to see how they taste!