Posts Tagged “beets”

Roasted vegetable wheat berry salad

By | November 6, 2012

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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!)

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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Beet & carrot latkes

By | December 25, 2011


Welcome to the planet’s prettiest latkes. I like the traditional potato version as much as the next girl, but…these are practically PINK! I couldn’t not make them. Speaking of which: One of the first things I noticed about this recipe was Savvima’s description of the latkes as jewel-toned. That made for an immediate bookmark. Natural jewel-toned food is just […]

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Super easy beet salad

By | September 7, 2011

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I definitely like to potchke. Latkes that call for six different vegetables instead of one? I’m on it. Making two different batters for one cookie? I’m there. And I know that’s nothing compared to what the professionals do. But as much as I enjoy puttering around in the kitchen, I also appreciate the simple, no-fuss […]

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