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  1. #61
    Jim Elbrecht Guest

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    On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:37:14 -0700, sf <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 16:40:53 -0700 (PDT), merryb <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >
    >> I only recently decided to try beets
    >> again as I had bad childhood memories of them, and discovered I kinda
    >> like them!

    >
    >Try roasting them, they're delicious that way.


    And once they're roasted-
    http://frugalfoodiefamily.com/2011/1...andied-pecans/

    I found some giant [and perfect, and cheap!] beets at a market a month
    ago and as long as they have them we'll be eating this one once a week
    or so.

    Beets, oranges [I use canned mandarins because I haven't seen a good
    seedless orange in the market in decades], balsamic vinegar, Arugula
    and candied pecans. [I use the recipe she links to. Simple & yummy]

    Jim

  2. #62
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Janet replied to an obvious troll:

    > Chihuahuas and Great Danes are in the same subspecies. They can cross-
    > fertilise. Only a fool would identify them as the same animal.


    But do they taste the same when you cook them, the way chard leaves
    taste like beet leaves?

    Bob

  3. #63
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Jim wrote:

    > Beets, oranges [I use canned mandarins because I haven't seen a good
    > seedless orange in the market in decades], balsamic vinegar, Arugula
    > and candied pecans. [I use the recipe she links to. Simple& yummy]


    I recently read a recipe for a beet salad with feta and mango. It just
    so happens that mangos are ripe in the supermarkets at the moment; I
    might make that sometime soon. It's in the excellent book _James Beard
    Foundationís Best of the Best_ in the section about Alfred Portale, and
    someone reprinted it here:

    http://www.northjersey.com/columnist...ith_Mango.html

    (In the book, the picture of the salad is gorgeous, and *not* the
    picture shown in that online article.)

    Bob

  4. #64
    Bryan Guest

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    On May 3, 6:24*am, Bob Terwilliger <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz>
    wrote:
    > Janet replied to an obvious troll:
    >
    > > Chihuahuas and Great Danes are in the same subspecies. They can cross-
    > > fertilise. *Only a fool would identify them as the same animal.


    That'd be an interesting designer dog. A "Great Mexican?"

    Cutest Chihuahua: https://www.facebook.com/NoodleChihuahua
    Really. The owner is pretty too.
    >
    > But do they taste the same when you cook them, the way chard leaves
    > taste like beet leaves?


    So that's what they taste like. They came up as volunteers in plots
    in our community garden, including mine. This evening we'll be having
    spinach from the garden.
    >
    > Bob


    --Bryan

  5. #65
    George M. Middius Guest

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    Bob Terwilliger wrote:

    > > Chihuahuas and Great Danes are in the same subspecies. They can cross-
    > > fertilise. Only a fool would identify them as the same animal.

    >
    > But do they taste the same when you cook them, the way chard leaves
    > taste like beet leaves?


    Hell no! Chihuahuas taste strongly of beans and jalapenos, and Great
    Danes taste like beer.


  6. #66
    Janet Guest

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    In article <4fa26b01$0$31017$c3e8da3$[email protected] om>,
    virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz says...
    >
    > Janet replied to an obvious troll:
    >
    > > Chihuahuas and Great Danes are in the same subspecies. They can cross-
    > > fertilise. Only a fool would identify them as the same animal.

    >
    > But do they taste the same when you cook them, the way chard leaves
    > taste like beet leaves?


    Bob, if you can't taste the difference in flavour and texture between
    chihuahua and Great Dane than no wonder you think chard tastes the same as
    beet greens. Next you'll be telling us a cherry tomato tastes just like
    beef tomato.

    Janet

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