Posts Tagged “beets”

Soup with the Simons: Easy beet soup

By | September 9, 2014


This will be the fourth Rosh Hashanah since we got married, and our third time doing the simanim at home. Both of the other times, we did them as a round of appetizers, though it feels kind of wrong to call them that. Ironically, I can’t remember whether we ever did the fish head. I’m […]

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Beet slaw with bulgarian cheese & almonds

By | May 29, 2014


Whenever I use beets, I just can’t believe how pretty they are. I’ve boiled them, I’ve fried them, I’ve roasted them. And every time, that vibrant pink-purple thing has me wondering why I don’t just blanket our entire home in beets. One thing I’d never done, though, was eat them raw. It sounded weird to me, […]

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Roasted vegetable wheat berry salad

By | November 6, 2012

wheat berry salad 1a

This recipe and story first appeared in the Oct. 22, 2012 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. When I think back to all the tofu and brown rice that I ate as a kid, it’s a wonder I never tasted wheat berries until age 25. Wheat berries – those […]

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Roasted beets & butternut (Plus: Giveaway + Rosh Hashanah Blog Party!) {CONTEST CLOSED}

By | September 4, 2012

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Every time I cook with beets or butternut squash, I marvel at how pretty they are. When you put them together, it’s even better. Two jewel-toned vegetables playing off each other? Seriously gorgeous. I didn’t even edit the color hues in these photos. That’s right, no make up. These guys are just this pretty naturally. Don’t […]

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