Definitions for "Celeriac"
Turnip-rooted celery, a from of celery with a large globular root, which is used for food.
The white fleshed root of a variety of celery.
A European celery with a thick stem base, which can be prepared in the same way beets are. It's also called celery root, celery knob and turnip-rooted celery. This knobby, brown vegetable is the root of a special celery cultivated specifically for its root, with a firm texture and a clean, sweet flavor of celery. Celeriac must be peeled before using.