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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Beets. My Picture Of The Day




 


Disclaimer: These beets are not from my garden! They are from the Kingston Farmers market. Organic!!!

***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

20 comments:

  1. Świeże, umyte i w ładnej "oprawie", to i zdjęcie buraków ładnie wygląda :-). Pozdrawiam

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  2. I love how you make anything look elegant. I tried to post a comment before on the hydrangea but it got lost I think, they were amazing!

    I love beets so I think this is fantastic, beautiful beets.

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  3. I loved the pictures of the beets in the basket..... but I LOVED the picture of the beets on the crystal cake plate under the chandelier!

    You elevated beets (one of Steve's favorite vegetables ever) to new heights!

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  4. I like the idea of putting the beets on a pedestal in the middle of the table. It adds a nice flair for the season...very nice!

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  5. and so good for you !! sandy

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  6. They look so clean and beautiful...and just reminded me that I have a bag full in the bottom of my refrigerator ready to roast!

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  7. Beautiful picture and what a harvest!

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  8. Oh they are fantastic! What incredible colors!
    Your photo of the day is really beautiful, decorative Tatyana!

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  9. Who knew beets could be so pretty!! Wonderful photos here.

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  10. Did these come from your garden, Tatyana? They look wonderful. I bet I know what you're having for dinner tonight!

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  11. Tatyana,

    I love beets but I am the only one in my family who does. My mother was a great root crop cook so we grew up on them.

    Eileen

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  12. Red Beets At the Ritz!

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  13. Mmm tasty! They look fantastic!

    I love growing my own fruit and veg - had a great crop of tomatoes this year :)

    Hope you enjoy these!

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  14. Tatyana oh so purple. Salivationtime!

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  15. I'm probably the only person in the world who dosen't like beets.
    But sure love all the pretty pictures.

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  16. I have never thought of them as beautiful, but your photos are just that.

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  17. Beautiful beets! I bet you are so proud of growing these!

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  18. Dear Tatyana, Only you could make beets look so elegant! I harvested, pickled and canned 30 pounds this year. Wish I'd taken some good photos first. P. x

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  19. beautiful and elegant as well as yummy and nutritious - they look very clean, hard to believe they were inside the earth.

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  20. Ha! Of course you knew we would ask if they were from your garden! Still, lovely.

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