You GO!Wow...that looks so delish...very nice to see you reaping the rewards from your hard work.
Dare I say this? I've never eaten a beet. They always 'scared' me when I was a kid. I suppose I should be a big girl about it now and try one.
I LOVE pickled beets. I have ever since I was a little girl. Are you going to share your recipe?!
yes! me too.does this make us strange? not many I know like beets.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE pickled beets. it's perhaps my favorite veg. They get the royal treatment here at Chiot's Run. They get Weck canning jars and all organic vinegar & sugar MMMM. I just made a batch from the Joy of Pickling that included red wine, red wine vinegar, sugar, cinnamon & cloves. The syrup was soooooo good, I can't wait to try the beets when they're finished. It may become my go-to beet recipe from now on.
Yum! I love pickled beets too. I try to can enough for two years....and this year is an off year. Does it feel like fall in PA? It sure does here!
I love beets too, but only if they're spicy! I'll try that next year.
I can get through any winter with enough pickled beets. Which is good since I live in Maine. I've always done mine with cabbage and red peppers, a sort of slaw. I'm intrigued by yours. I might swoon for yours. Recipe?How could the White House plant a garden and not plant beets?I :: heart :: beets too. Deeply. Madly.How do you grow yours so big? Mine are little.
Raise your hands for beets!! They look wonderful. :>)
Yum, beetroot we call it down here in NZ - I love it roasted, pickled, grated raw, in a cold soup and especially a relish my friend makes with it.
I love how you set this post up showing the process!Your garden haul and canning is impressive!! You will be snug as a bug in a rug come wintertime ; )
I still have beets in the ground. I suppose I should try to do something with them lickety split! Your pretty beets were my inspiration!
I'll just ditto everyone here - I love pickled beets. The only problem is, I'm the only one. Doughbird's aversion to vinegar is to the point that I can't pickle a thing when he's home. So, no pickled beets this year.Whenever I boil the beets, I get this overwhelming urge to throw something, anything white in the pot to see the lovely shade of fuschia it becomes.
I just had a wonderful snack of canned beets (not my canned beets as I did not can beets, anyhow.. my favorite. I love the color too, must run in the family. I was thinking of throwing in some wool to see what it would turn out like :)
Oh, my mouth is watering!!! These look divine!
So am I the lone dissenter. Blech...beets.But they are quite beautiful!
i love beets too. they are so beautiful. and the smell of them cooking - so earth and delicious. they were my favorite baby food to make, just for those reasons!
This is the first year I grew beats and I'm wondering if you have a favorite pickled beet recipe that you use? They look incredible!
Ha! I mean *beets* not beats.I really didn't grow beats.Good grief. Sometimes I crack myself up! :)
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