Posts Tagged “carrots”

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 blanketĀ 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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Carrot & feta latkes

By | December 4, 2012

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Latkes might be my favorite food…next to iced coffee. Which would make Chanukah my favorite holiday, at least food-wise. Five more days! I hope you’re collecting recipes. I love how just about anything passes for a latke. Your bubbe might have only used white potatoes, but today everything goes. Beets, zucchini, apples, spinach, cauliflower. Oh, […]

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Rosemary roasted carrots

By | October 26, 2012


It’s been a pretty carrot-y week here, huh? But that’s what I love about carrots. You can use them in any course of the meal, and it always works. Think about it: Appetizers, soups, salads, mains, sides, desserts. Oh, and breakfast. Any and all of them could feature carrots. So. Remember when I told you […]

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Soup with the Simons: White bean & carrot

By | September 14, 2012

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Raise your hand if your Rosh Hashanah meals will include chicken soup. Now raise your hand if your Rosh Hashanah meals will include soups that feature one of the simanim. (If you’ll be having a soup that includes two or more simanim, you get extra points. Fish head soup, anyone?) Although I’m billing this white […]

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