It’s hard to believe that this elegant purée begins with two of autumn’s most humble-looking roots. This mash would be excellent with roast chicken or turkey or even red-wine-braised short ribs.
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So good for a unique/unusual side dish. I did have to use turnips instead of rutabaga but I got the 'jist' really enjoyed the variety. Also I did the 'country' style so, not super fine pure, but no one noticed and loved the flavors. Use this as your next side and your guest will be pleasantly surprised!!!
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