Turnips In Beef Broth

Scrub the turnips and cook in boiling water till nearly done. Then peel, cut in one-half inch slices, and nearly cover with well-seasoned beef broth. Simmer until tender, when the turnips should have absorbed most of the broth. Use the remaining liquid as a sauce. If desired, the turnips after boiling may be sliced, sprinkled with flour, put in a casserole, covered with broth and baked.

Diced Yellow Turnips

Peel yellow turnips and cut them into small dice; cook in boiling salted water until nearly done. Drain, add one tablespoonful of butter to each cupful of turnips and salt and pepper to taste.