Very Good Recipes of Beet from Out of the Ordinary

There are 44 Beet recipes on the blog Out of the Ordinary. (326 on all the blogs)

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Ratatouille-style ratatouille (With potatoes and roasted beets) Ratatouille-style ratatouille (With potatoes and roasted beets) By Out of the Ordinary 08/17/14 20:44 We’ve decided to watch every movie made in 1967. It is for fun! We chose 1967 at random, after watching La Chinoise a week or so ago. We’re obviously not going to watch every movie made that year, but we’re … Continue reading →
Beet and squash tart with cherry tomatoes and pine nuts Beet and squash tart with cherry tomatoes and pine nuts By Out of the Ordinary 08/04/14 22:26 We went away for a couple of days for a very small vacation. I brought a novel to read and a notebook so that I could start writing a novel. And guess what I did instead? I read a field … Continue reading →
Beet, arugula and French feta salad with pine nut, lemon, rosemary sauce Beet, arugula and French feta salad with pine nut, lemon, rosemary sauce By Out of the Ordinary 07/01/14 19:57 Most years we just grow a few tomato plants and a few herbs, basil mostly. We have a small yard and rambunctious boys and a berserker dog and it never seemed wise to pin our hopes on healthy intact produce. … Continue reading →
Beet and sorrel tart Beet and sorrel tart By Out of the Ordinary 06/24/14 22:15 Bruno is brash, buoyant, impulsive. He leaps into everything without thinking, he’s cheerful, likable, obnoxious. When we first meet him he’s zooming around a silent shuttered Rome in August; it’s a ghost town, everyone is gone already on vacation. He …...
Empanadas with roasted golden beets, pistachios, raisins and greens Empanadas with roasted golden beets, pistachios, raisins and greens By Out of the Ordinary 02/25/14 20:11 “Did you ever beam in Clio’s eyes?” “Beam in her eyes? You mean shine a light in them?” “No, you know, beam in them, you just look right in her face.” “I suppose…” “Hagrid and Dumbledore do it all the … Continue reading →
Beet green and goat cheese timbales with braised golden beets Beet green and goat cheese timbales with braised golden beets By Out of the Ordinary 01/09/14 20:24 In the winter months we all live in much closer proximity to our household spirits. We’re all inside more often, with the doors and windows shut tight. We’re always around, being our clumsy noisy human selves, making messes and dust … Continue reading →...
Roasted beet, mushroom and butterbean galette with walnut crust Roasted beet, mushroom and butterbean galette with walnut crust By Out of the Ordinary 10/26/13 16:49 Today we’re going to do a cheater’s version of Saturday storytelling time. I didn’t actually write a story this week, but I’ve thought about it a lot. Incessantly, so surely it’s only a matter of time before it pops out … Continue reading →
Roasted beets and sweet potatoes with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and walnut tarator sauce Roasted beets and sweet potatoes with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and walnut tarator sauce By Out of the Ordinary 10/17/13 20:28 Here at The Ordinary’s home for over-used and worn-out metaphors, we’ve been visiting an old friend. We’ve been thinking of a metaphor, and we’re driving that tired horse the extra mile down well-traveled roads. It all started the other day … Continue reading...
Roasted beet and red pepper salad with pistachios and goat cheese Roasted beet and red pepper salad with pistachios and goat cheese By Out of the Ordinary 10/09/13 19:00 People rarely ask me what I do. At the parties we attend–the fairly constant stream of casual gatherings, galas, brunches and luncheons—very few people say, “And what do you do, Claire.” Perhaps this is because I’m so obviously a bon … Continue reading...
Roasted beets, mushrooms and butterbeans Roasted beets, mushrooms and butterbeans By Out of the Ordinary 10/06/13 17:37 Nonsense! Gobbledygook! Gibberish! Balderdash! Folderol! Some days this is all I feel capable of speaking. Today, for instance, I’m having trouble putting a whole sentence together in a sensible or intelligible way. Some people take nonsense to a whole...
Beets glazed with tamari, lime, and hot pepper Beets glazed with tamari, lime, and hot pepper By Out of the Ordinary 07/26/13 20:56 On the local news they were running a story about the demolition of an old hotel…a historical landmark. A fresh-faced local reporter informed us of the traffic problems we might expect, and about proposed plans for the site. Then they … Continue reading...
Arugula salad with roasted carrots, beets, pecans and shaved goat cheese Arugula salad with roasted carrots, beets, pecans and shaved goat cheese By Out of the Ordinary 07/16/13 19:36 “Hey, Claire,” I hear you say, “Why the hell have you never mentioned the ‘kitchen sink’ films of the sixties? Aren’t they perfectly Ordinary?” And then I slap myself on the forehead and say, “OF COURSE! Of course they are! … Continue reading →
Greens with pine nuts and roasted beets Greens with pine nuts and roasted beets By Out of the Ordinary 07/14/13 21:20 “In such a world of conflict, a world of victims and executioners, it is the job of thinking people, not to be on the side of the executioners.” – Albert Camus. Today was a sad day for justice in America, … Continue reading →
Roasted golden beet, carrot & cashew sauce (with broccoli, garlic scapes, & tamari) Roasted golden beet, carrot & cashew sauce (with broccoli, garlic scapes, & tamari) By Out of the Ordinary 07/12/13 23:03 I used the word “keen” the other day, and it struck me that it’s a very Ordinary word. Of course I’ve been thinking about it ever since, and of course I looked it up in the OED. The word has … Continue reading →
Smoky beet and goat cheese bruschetta Smoky beet and goat cheese bruschetta By Out of the Ordinary 07/09/13 20:23 One hot morning, you could find Clio and me on our daily scamper along the tow path. A spandex-clad woman whizzed by us on her bike, and as she passed she said, “You okay?” My first thought, of course, was … Continue reading →
Beet balls (made with semolina and ricotta) Beet balls (made with semolina and ricotta) By Out of the Ordinary 07/05/13 17:34 On the way back from the shore, we passed through long low fields of blueberry bushes, crazed orchards of wildly tangled peach trees, fields of dry golden wheat, and fields of corn, vivid and green, but still only as high … Continue reading →
Rosy golden beet, zucchini and butter bean sauce Rosy golden beet, zucchini and butter bean sauce By Out of the Ordinary 07/02/13 18:54 Recently, whilst engaged in the sisyphean task of picking anything up off the floor with the boys home for the summer, I found a sparkly rubber bracelet. I absent-mindedly put it on my wrist and it’s been there every since. … Continue reading →
Golden beet and pine nut purée Golden beet and pine nut purée By Out of the Ordinary 06/26/13 18:08 It’s my birthday!!! AAARRGGHHHH! And I’m only telling you this because…I’m telling everybody! I’m like a little kid when it comes to birthdays. Except that I’m not, really, I’m the exact opposite. I overheard Isaac telling Malcolm, “Mommy doesn’t want …...
Roasted beets, potatoes and white beans with herbs and lemon Roasted beets, potatoes and white beans with herbs and lemon By Out of the Ordinary 06/24/13 22:28 Early on this sweltering June morning, the first real day of summer vacation, you could find my Malcolm in a shady room, watching Akira Kurosawa’s Hidden Fortress. We all watched it together, some time ago, and he liked it so … Continue reading →
Roasted beet and arugula salad with farro and smoky pecan-rosemary sauce Roasted beet and arugula salad with farro and smoky pecan-rosemary sauce By Out of the Ordinary 06/13/13 18:38 When my brother and I were little, we had our own country. It was called Bouse, and it was top secret, so don’t tell anybody about it. Bouse was shaped like our dog, Tessie (her eye was a lake.) All … Continue reading →
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