I told you guys I was going to do something incredible with those beautiful turnips that I got at the farmer's market this morning. And oh boy did I! I'd like to take all the credit for what I made with those beautiful turnips, but I can't take the credit. The credit for the roasted turnip puree belongs to Beth and you'll find the recipe here. Now I'll admit. I've never had a turnip, not roasted, pureed or any other way. I didn't really know what to expect. I mean turnips tend to get a bad rap. Who really wants to eat a turnip anyway? But Beth peaked my interested and I decided to give them a try. Oh.my.word. I'm so glad I did. First, they were so easy to prepare. I just followed Beth's instructions and whipped them right up. Ease is always a major plus for me. For the salmon I just brushed a little olive oil on it and put some salt and pepper on it and threw it in the oven about half way through the cooking of the turnips. I guess I cooked it about 20 minutes (until it was flaky). Then I made the mustard vinaigrette. Beth said she had a mustard vinaigrette with her fish and turnips. I don't know her recipe so I just made up my own. I just whisked together some Dijon mustard, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and a little honey. I just added a little here and a little there until I liked the way it tasted. Once everything was done I drizzled the vinaigrette on top of everything. It was all fantastic. If you haven't tried turnips then I suggest you give them a try. You'll love them.