Crunchier than potatoes and starchier than radishes, turnips are used in some of our favorite winter root recipes. The pink-blushed, creamy-white roots should be readily available with the crop of winter produce at your local market. Pro tip: Don't throw away the greens! Every part of the humble turnip can be used, whether it's simply salt-roasting them till buttery and tender or giving the leaves a quick sautée for an elegant vegetarian dish. For even more ways to honor the turnip, we've rounded up our favorite turnip recipes here.