If you still haven't discovered black salsify (Scorzonera Hispanica, a k a Spanish salsify, black oyster plant, serpent root, viper's herb, viper's grass...) you're in for a treat.
The world's largest producers of black salsify are Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Germany. But, for some reason, it is hardly eaten at all in many (European) countries.
Sometimes known as "poor man's asparagus", this wonderful root vegetable deserves an even greater following. Some inspiration from the pros: