6 edition of The Gilfeather turnip cookbook found in the catalog.
The Gilfeather turnip cookbook
|Contributions||Wardsboro Library (Wardsboro, Vt.). Friends.|
|LC Classifications||TX803.T87 G55 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||2007272406|
WARDSBORO—It’s turnip time again in Wardsboro. On Saturday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., hundreds will gather to celebrate the town’s own heirloom vegetable at the 12th annual Gilfeather Turnip Festival. Bushels of turnips, along with craft and farmers’ market vendors, arrive early on festival day. For dessert, Bevan will make Gilfeather napoleons with Vermont maple and Gilfeather crème and Scott Farm heirloom apple gelée, in a spiced puff pastry, garnished with bourbon-caramel and dark chocolate. The Third Edition of the Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook, published by the Friends, contains more than ways to prepare the state vegetable.
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Here's a favorite Gilfeather recipe from the official Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook of the Vermont State Vegetable which the Friends of the Library publish and sell. Fluffy Gilfeather Turnip Soufflé 2 tblsp. butter / 1 tblsp. chopped onion / 3 cups Gilfeather® Turnip, boiled and mashed / 1 tsp.
salt / 1/8 tsp. pepper / 1 tblsp. sugar / pinch of. The 3rd Edition of The Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook honoring the Vermont State Vegetable. The Gilfeather Turnip became the Official State Vegetable on July 1, Buy a copy at the Library.
Order online now. A Friends of the Wardsboro Library fundraising publication, hand bound with twig and twine, pages, paperback. $20 + $5 shipping and. Cookbook writing class in September – there’s still room.
Gilfeather Rutabaga. A Gilfeather rutabaga (above) and regular rutabaga (below). I first heard of this vegetable as the Gilfeather Turnip, but it’s actually a rutabaga.
6 comments to The Mighty Gilfeather Rutabaga. The Gilfeather turnip cookbook book in the Garden. Janu at pm Reply. Gilfeather Turnips: All About Them. The Gilfeather turnip, a rutabaga-turnip hybrid, is a root vegetable that is normally harvested after the first hard frost of the season.
It is white rather than yellow inside, and it is sweet and creamy, not having the bite of a normal turnip.
This time around, there's a special reissue of the Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook. The third edition features only recipes using turnips. In the past, the book would have a mixture of recipes, not all of them turnip-based.
The cover now reads, "The Cookbook of the Official State Vegetable.". A Vermont heirloom root crop with a long story as well as a long history. John Gilfeather first began selling his farm-original rutabaga, calling it a 'turnip' (as rutabagas are often called in Vermont), in the late 's, jealously protecting his propriety by careful trimming of the tops and roots to prevent "unauthorized reproduction" of his genetic treasure.
The Gilfeather Turnip-Vermont's homegrown Vegetable. likes. The Gilfeather Turnip Vermont's official vegetable. Originally grown by John Gilfeather of Wardsboro, VT in the late 's, bill H Friends of the Wardsboro Library has self-published three editions of the Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook, which contains recipes using the root.
SinceWardsboro has hosted the annual. The 3rd Edition of The Gilfeather Turnip Cookbook, a Friends of the Wardsboro Library fundraising publication, will be available for $ Several of the book’s recipes will be offered at the Turnip Cafe during the festival, the most popular being the Gilfeather turnip soup.
Gilfeather Turnip Soup I sauteed one medium onion, diced, and two large cloves of garlic, minced, in one tablespoon of butter and one tablespoon of grape seed oil.
When the onions were soft and translucent I added one large, grapefruit size, peeled and sliced gilfeather turnip and one peeled and diced russet potato and enough vegetable broth to. Shop at the craft fair, the farmers’ market, and the Turnip Boutique for turnip-theme gifts, souvenir t-shirts, the turnip movie on VHS cassette and DVD, The Gilfeather® Turnip Cookbook, Vol.
2, turnips and seeds, apples, cider, organic veggies, breads, honey, Vermont products, specialty foods and local arts and crafts. WARDSBORO, VERMONT, home of the delicious heirloom and official State Vegetable - the Gilfeather Turnip - was settled circa by Samuel Davis and his wife from Milford, Massachusetts.
It was granted and chartered on November 7, to William Ward of Newfane, the man for whom the town was named Wardsborough, together with 62 others.
A turnip gets its day in the sun. By Mike Faher. May 8 along with a recipe book, “As soon as someone said there was a Gilfeather turnip cookbook, one of the senators was. Today, Gilfeather seeds are available at select locations, and they remain in demand. The vegetable also has spawned the popular Gilfeather Turnip Festival, organized by Friends of the Wardsboro Library each October.
But champions of the Gilfeather turnip have for years pushed for a higher level of recognition — the title of "state vegetable.".
Cookbook author and food columnist Bert Greene in his book Greene on Greens credits the rutabaga's birth to Swiss botanist Gaspard Bauhin who crossbred a cabbage and a turnip in the 17th Century.
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Come to the Turnip Café for the turnip tastings, where local cooks show off their best Turnip Recipes. The celebrity judge for the Gilfeather Turnip Contest this year is Margaret Roach, a noted garden author and former garden editor for Martha Stewart “LIVING” magazine.The turnip often looks like a large radish, but this varies greatly.
Both the root and greens are used. Turnips are available year round with a peak in the fall and winter months. Select smooth surfaced roots that are firm and heavy with some root hairs at the bottom.