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    « Can You Smell Me From There? | Main | Vermont Is So Cool »

    Saturday, June 19, 2010

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    Lori on Little Traverse Bay

    I've gotta' ask: What do you do with the beets? (My childhood memories of store-bought canned beets in heavy syrup don't serve well.)

    Geri

    Headed to the Farmer's market in Blue Hill Me. today! Can't wait to see what is available here. It's always a treat for me as they are generally a couple of weeks behind Ct. Just as I'm missing a veggie or fruit it shows up here!

    Carole

    At least the asparagus is replaced by good things. We got beets yesterday from the CSA and I love them so much that I don't even want to share with Dale and Hannah. We also got TONS of lettuce (romaine and hydroponic and red leaf and butter) and peas and radishes and cauliflower and homemade raspberry rhubarb jam.

    Joannah

    Canned beets :p fresh beets :d Totally different! Looks like you are heading towards a tasty summer.

    sandy

    We've got BEETS! :)
    xoxo

    margene

    Smith is so proud of his beet crop. We only wish we had more planted.

    marianne

    Mmmmm.
    sigh.. one of these days I'm going to find me a beet or two from the farmer's market and give it a try, I just have too many gagging memories from childhood.. it was suggested to me to cut one up and toss it in my salad. ?

    Faith

    We had a lovely hedge of the asparagus fronds all summer after the spring harvest.

    aubree

    ah yes, we are at the beets time of season here too. I just asked my husband if I should pick them today or tomorrow for a salad--roasted beets on mixed greens with goat cheese and walnuts with balsamic--heaven!

    donna lee

    For a minute there, I thought you were growing rhubarb! It's the right color.

    elizabeth a airhart

    hgtv is building 2011 home in your state

    at stowe -lets all enter the drawing

    we could rent it out year round

    oh i guess beet relish beets are nice

    tiny fresh beet tops are quite nice

    Kim

    How do you know when your beets are ready to be havested? I always thought they were a fall vegetable.

    Cookie

    Woo Hoo!

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