We grow a variety of turnip that stays small, tender and crisp called hukarei. We harvest them at 2-3" and they are tender enough to eat fresh
If your turnips come with greens, remove them and store them in a plastic bag and use them as you would chard or spinach. For the roots store them in the fridge, they will last a long time, months even.
Hakurei turnips are delicious raw, cooked or pickled. Slice them raw and eat them as a snack with salt, or add them to a salad. Roast them and toss with miso; braise them with a touch of butter or stock; make them into a curry; or saute them with a little honey. Feel free to cook the turnip greens and eat them separately or alongside their roots.
^^^ any root veg will work
^^^ turnips would work well in this mix of veggies