Tuesday, August 25, 2009

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Red Beets are the worst food ever in my mind. My DH loves them. He pickled all these to eat all winter long. It makes him happy! I am just happy to have other food available to me !

There are also 2 small jars of hot peppers pictured here. We love our garden!

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Susie said...

Great score from your garden!!!!

deanna said...

I totally agree....red beets are pretty much the only food I don't like, LOL!

Lisa said...

I LOVE pickled beets, my mom used to can them all the time. I'm the only one who likes 'em (or any beet) in my household.
We just made a small batch of salsa and canned it. My parents still garden and sent me home with a big bag of tomatoes, peppers, squash and cukes--YUM!

Ave said...

I don't like red beets either!

Brenda said...

I'm with your hubby, I love pickled beets!

Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

I have to be honest...I have never been able to eat beats. It is truly the ONE food, I have never liked. Crazy I know. But, I am glad you shared this recipe, because I know TONS of people who will love it. Thank you for paraticipating in TMTT.

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Julie said...

:::gasp!::: I can't believe you crazies who don't love beets! They are my very favorite veggie. :o)

Try them like this:

Cut 5 or 6 beets into wedges. Toss with a couple of tablespoons each olive oil and cider vinegar to coat well, adding spices such as garlic and oregano (or whatever you like.)Bake uncovered in a glass dish about 45 minutes or till soft, around 350 degrees, stirring occasionally.

there's not much I'd rather eat. :-)

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