Tuesday, May 29, 2007

On rare occasions only

When one is forced as a child to ingest too much of these too often, seldom does one ingest them as an adult and more seldom yet does one cook them: turnips, parsnips, and yams. Beets are great, though, even though youthful over-consumption of those was rampant. Although baby beets attached to the young greens, a true spring treat, are hardly ever to be found, the most tasty locally grown beets are available throughout most winters from the South Austin Farmers' Market in the El Gallo parking lot on Saturdays. No matter how large, they are never woody and are always flavorful and sweet in a deliciously complex way. These are the best beets to be found anywhere in the world!


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