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Addiction LXV

Old 04-17-17, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rjones28
Mrs. rjones28 has a good recipe.
Present it to the class.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
First try of beets should be the sliced, pickled kind in the glass jar.
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Seriously. I don't eat pickled anything except pickles.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
Present it to the class.
I don't have a copy.
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I honestly can't believe people are putting up such a fuss about beets. They're delicious! Roasted, they turn particularly sweet, like caramel--especially the skins. Borscht is wonderful if you've ever had it prepared well. I first had it served by some Russian/Ukrainian friends who served it with pelmeni (small dumplings) and an incredible vinegar and onion sauce. Washed down with some good Russian Vodka--what could be better?

Y'all don't know what you're missing.
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Beets are some good stuff. A mixed root veggie roast is the best. Taters, sweet taters, carrots, parsnips, turnips or rutabaga and beets. Oh man, that's good.
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Have you ever had parsnip mashed potatoes? Wonderful!
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Can beets be untried?
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Originally Posted by Heathpack
I have a tantalizing lead on another wirehaired mini dachshund. To entertain the Doglet.

Lol poor Doglet. Before our standard Doxie died, Mr H used to tell her that we only got her to be an organ donor for Prime Pet.

She has moved up in the world a little since then.

This new dog is a red wirehaired mini female. They would make a nice matched set. Waiting on details still...
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(We do not plan of feeding the dogs beets. Nor us.)
Way cool! A pair is always best.

Also cool on the beets.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
Does that mean you and beets?
Yes.

Also, me and carbon wheels.

I like the wheels and detest the taste of beets.
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I will never try beets again.

The Pure Clean beet powder was so bad, I gave it up and went to the Power Beets. Pure Clean came out with Beet Um's, and I haven't looked back.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
Beets are some good stuff. A mixed root veggie roast is the best. Taters, sweet taters, carrots, parsnips, turnips or rutabaga and beets. Oh man, that's good.
most on that list is good. very tasty in fact. I don't know about the turnip having not tried any.



the swede (rutabaga) however is a vile tasting thing. It should never be mixed with decent veges. It is only good for feeding to livestock.
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I like to add an onion to my vege roasts. they come very tasty indeed.
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Originally Posted by Scarbo
Have you ever had parsnip mashed potatoes? Wonderful!
That does sound nice. I've had a carrot and parsnip mixed mash before. that is very tasty.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
A mixed root veggie roast is the best. Taters, sweet taters, carrots, parsnips, turnips or rutabaga and beets. Oh man, that's good.
I've never heard of this.

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Have you ever had parsnip mashed potatoes? Wonderful!
No.

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I like to add an onion to my vege roasts. they come very tasty indeed.
Hey [MENTION=64252]gnome[/MENTION], Do a ride here and take pictures.
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Raise your hands if you're working on taxes.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
Raise your hands if you're working on taxes.
Easily put off until October.
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Originally Posted by f4rrest
Easily put off until October.
So done.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
So done.
You mean your extension is done too?
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Originally Posted by gnome
most on that list is good. very tasty in fact. I don't know about the turnip having not tried any.



the swede (rutabaga) however is a vile tasting thing. It should never be mixed with decent veges. It is only good for feeding to livestock.
The bitterness of the turnip or rutabaga offsets the sweetness of the carrot, beet and sweet potato. A wonderful melange.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
The bitterness of the turnip or rutabaga offsets the sweetness of the carrot, beer and sweet potato. A wonderful melange.
I need to try this.
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Originally Posted by f4rrest
You mean your extension is done too?
I don't need no stinkin' extension. But both my partnership and personal returns are done.
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Originally Posted by f4rrest
I need to try this.
Beet, not beer. Damn auto-correct.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
I don't need no stinkin' extension. But both my partnership and personal returns are done.
It's 1020S docs.

Anyhow, CPA gets to work on it.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
I've never heard of this.
You really need to get out more.
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