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Vegetarian • Gluten free • Paleo • Serves 6

Produce

4 Baby golden beets
1/3 cup Chives, fresh
3 Mushrooms, large white
1 tbsp Shallot
1 Yellow squash
1 Zucchini

Condiments

1 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard
1 1/2 tsp Honey

Baking & Spices

2 Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper

Oils & Vinegars

3 tbsp Champagne vinegar
1/4 cup Olive oil, extra-virgin
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  • Leslie Schillereff-Jackson

    I would broil with a little evoo and s and p for about 2-3 mins until golden brown then add the vinegrette and toss after cooled a bit. Ohh and a little shave garlic !

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    Thanks for seeing the humor

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    Garlic on anything taste dynamic!

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    So Sorry to have offended you Rob.

  • Elaine Eastman

    I found the exchange between Sherley and Paticia heartwarming, but then I like the "pioneer" life, too. I always had a garden, baked my own bread, spun wool, had a loom, made my own quilts, canned, and always had a pot of soup on the wood stove for the kids as they came home from school. Now, I'm alone, write books and care for my cat. EE

  • Shirley Smith

    Sounds like you have a wonderful life, and I do like corresponding with people like you. Like you I always love a garden, canning, baking bread making quilts and cooking a good pot of soup. We live in town now for 18 yrs, but I still have gardening as I have raised beds four of them, berries, fruit trees, and am retired and really get to take care of gardening and canning food.

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This sound good it's almost like a pita pocket but without the pita pockets. You use pita chips instead, that's a good idea.

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