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Loverly veggies

The other night I roasted some beets for my dinner. Look how pretty!

Kyle says it’s OK to cut them up, so I sliced them and wrapped them in foil and it didn’t take too long. (I prefer them roasted plain rather than with garlic, etc. as Kyle instructs.) And I cooked the greens like Kyle says. Those took a lot longer than I thought — i imagined like wilting spinach, but it’s more like cooking greens. At first they smelled like awful floral perfume, but they ended up tasting very good. No meal of mine is complete with out mushrooms, and I added some asparagus so my pee wouldn’t just be red from the beets but would smell funny as well … I think I’ll go have leftover beets for breakfast.

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Bee-youtiful beets

DSCF7442Loyal Bubble readers know that it was Kyle’s beets that started this whole blog thing. Imagine how thrilled I was that Sarah Mims brought her own to the beach. Home grown, boiled, peeled, sliced, salad. Orgasmically organic. And so beautiful I could hardly stand it.

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Beet beauties

Beet beauties

The sight of beets on Kyle’s blog today inspired me to make my own feeble attempt. I suppose I’ll have to figure out how to use the camera on my phone now.

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