Tag: Parsnip

Split-Pea Soup

Split-Pea Soup 01

When I was a kid, my mother would often make split-pea soup using the bones and scraps leftover from a ham roast. It was a dish I could take or leave back then but I grew to like it more and more and have made it many times as an adult. A few days before writing this post, I came across some smoke-pork shoulders going at half-price and, though they were larger than I would usually buy, the price was too good to pass up and I bought one with a view to making split pea soup for the first time in eons… Continue reading “Split-Pea Soup”

Parsnip and Red Pepper in Lemon Butter

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The above pictured preparation was a side dish I put together as a side for steak. I most commonly roast parsnips and glaze them with a little butter but, on this occasion, I decided to use parsnip batons in a melange with red bell pepper and some onion. I would have liked to use a splash of sherry here but I didn’t have any and the improvisation with lemon butter worked very nicely… Continue reading “Parsnip and Red Pepper in Lemon Butter”