I am the proud owner of 1 turnip, two small beets and a pint of cranberries. A friend gave these to me after a shopping trip to her farmer's market and I don't know what I was thinking when I took them. I've never had a turnip. I think I don't like beets. I hate cranberries (until I have a bladder infection <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol">). I think ds likes beets. Can I just boil them and slice them? I'm tempted to throw the whole pint of cranberries in the freezer and use them for baking muffins (translation: giving them to my mom to bake into muffins because I'm deficient in baking skills) or to throw a few into smoothies. I gave one to ds, who will eat almost anything, and he made a face like I fed him cat poo. What about the turnip? It's about the size of my fist. Can I freeze it and use in in stock? Can I roast it with some other veggies (I currently have potatoes, beets, asparagus and carrots on hand). I heard the taste of turnips can be very over-powering. Any suggestions would be awesome.