corner view ≈ before and after

there are handsful of before and after in our home renovation project, but circumstances stop me to go the full monty on those. instead i remember fondly the garden late winter, the growing seedlings, the harvesting and later the preparing of the homebred red beet. it was a straight joy to do so, thank you, garden! jane's corner view, francesca's hosting. 


17 comments :

  1. bravo for the beautiful beet roots before and after!

    thinking of you - more soon... xoxo

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  2. yummy, I love the pictures, I am a red beet lover by the way
    x Stefanie

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  3. Yes, isn it wonderful to grow something in your own garden and than later on prepare it and enjoy it! Never ate beet root bread that sounds interesting.
    Love barbara
    P.s. Don't miss my giveaway,,!,

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  4. oh, this is another talent of yours - a green thumb!

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  5. Such a simple and lovely example! I look forward to planting a garden here next year. :>) (And there will be beets in it.)

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  6. How wonderful you have beets in your own garden! I can't grow anything here in our clay soil so depend on large containers - mainly for tomatoes and basil. But beets...yum!

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  7. They look wonderful ....I see them in a goat cheese spinach salad.
    Love your cups in the previous post too.....Heidi

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  8. ooh, beets you grow yourself!!
    yum and beautiful before and after!

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  9. And even more after that ... a delicious meal. :)

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  10. biologische rode bietjes! geweldig, ik plukte vandaag nog de laatste courgettes, vrienden hadden die van hun al weg gehaald, maar ik was nogal moe en daardoor lui en heb de courgette laten staan...en warempel! vandaag nog 3 eraf gehaald!
    -x-

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  11. mmmmm beetroot, and from your own garden Woolfy!
    I am looking forward to circumstances changing so that I can have a look at your before and afters x

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  12. I wish I could have a veggetable garden....just for that, having then in hand...looks yummy

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  13. all black thumbs here, so it seems a miracle to me when i see homegrown vegetables.
    i remember how i hated beetroot as a child - because the only way i ever got it on my plate was the cooked, pickled in vinegar variety. we call it "red beet" and it was a synonym for horror in kindergarten.

    now i roast the vegetable and it is super-yum.

    what is your recipe?

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  14. Beautiful and tasty!
    Very envy on your vegetable garden...Any good tips?
    The vegetables that survived the snails are so few and tiny...:-(

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  15. beets! a favorite of mine ;)
    thinking of growing my own next year

    love xoxoxo

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