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Beet Risotto

As promised in my Thanksgiving post, here is the beet risotto that probably had people asking, “what is that red stuff on that plate?” This is actually a dish that I made for dinner a few weeks ago, and it was so good that I insisted on making it again for our big meal. 654 more words


NYC: Little Park

Little Park is Andrew Carminelli’s New American restaurant in Tribeca, NYC.   If you’re looking for traditional, I wouldn’t recommend it.  Its menu offers farm to table dishes with a focus on vegetables.   216 more words

Beet Risotto for Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day I wanted to share a recipe for something “earthy”. This beet risotto immediately came to mind. 413 more words


Roasted Beet Risotto

Beets are one of my favorite vegetables, and I use them in a variety of ways in my kitchen; in my favorite  orange, carrot and beets morning juice, as a natural red/pink  food colorant, in beet and potato gnocchi, and in one of our house favorites, an easy beet caprese salad. 195 more words


Beet Risotto

I recently jumped on the beet bandwagon. I’ve never been a big fan of beets on their own, but thought that maybe my perceptions were based on childhood memories of slimy purple slices slithering out of a can. 793 more words


Diane’s Beet and Goat Cheese Arancini

I have never been a big fan of beets. I love their bright purple hue but find them a little too sweet and slimy on their own. 1,945 more words


Beet Risotto

I roasted all the beets I had, all at once. I decided it was the only way to thin the over-wintered storage vegetables. Once they were roasted, they needed to be eaten within a week or so. 359 more words