Home Cook: All the colours of summer combined

Trying to incorporate as many vegetables as I can into family dinners can be challenging but rewarding.

8th June, 2014
Main picture: summer tomato stew with turnip and potatoes. Picture: Lilly Higgins

Trying to incorporate as many vegetables as I can into family dinners can be challenging but rewarding. Visually, it results in multi-coloured suppers that are more interesting than any meat and two vegetable dinners of old. Taste and texture are also better, with busy flavours all mingling in one pot.

This week, I've roasted young sweet turnips with potatoes, delicious on their own with a generous sprinkling of sea salt. The accompanying stew is almost...

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