Mashed, roasted, grilled, fried, tossed in a salad—in these irresistible dishes, the potato isn't so humble
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The clean, bracing flavor comes from celery root―the weird, hairy vegetable that baffles many a cook. Here, we just slice off the hairier end, peel and chop the rest of the root, and boil it with the potatoes.
Recipe: Mashed Celery-root Potatoes