a winter gratin

Amid the wintry desolation I was happily surprised yesterday to find this array of vegetables, L to R: cabbage, chioggia & golden beetroot, parsnip, kholrabi and celeriac.

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And thanks to my great big Global cleaver, together with the cavalier approach to peeling that it enables, was able quite quickly to transform the muddy roots into a tasty gratin.

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About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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4 Responses to a winter gratin

  1. philipparees says:

    Delicious! You are a marvel of self reliance.

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  2. Ruth Paris says:

    Haha, thank you – though it’s more greed than anything else 🙂

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  3. Love this colourful and eccentric bunch of underground creatures. They must have made a memorable gratin.
    What’s this great big Global cleaver? I have a French peeler with a swivelling blade that slices very thinly. Any similarity?

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  4. Ruth Paris says:

    Thank you Ashen. And the cleaver is a big knife made by a brand called Global. Horribly expensive but excellent for the job. https://globalknives.uk/vegetable-chopper-g5

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