Korean Beet Salad

I just made this salad today and thought it worth repeating for those of you, Beautiful People, who have not seen it the first time around. Enjoy!

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This is probably the shortest post I’ve written so far. It’s like those before and after pictures – good for a contrast between the two of them, and there is nothing more to say.

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Here are Harry, Ron, and Hermione before, ready for all kinds of exciting adventures.

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Many adventures, harrowing escapes, and life lessons later, they are still our favorite lovable magic heroes, but matured and much improved.

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So here is the “before.” I simply used the basic recipe for Korean carrot salad (found here) and did the same with beets. There were two Korean villages near Odessa, and the farmers used to bring to the market outrageous size carrots, onions, and garlic. I remember that we actually called them “Korean onions” etc. as if it were a name brand. Because of that, Korean carrot salad was quite common in our house. I hear that now Korean cuisine…

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    1. Thank you so much, Paul; I am so glad you like it!

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      1. Paul Ponnion says:

        Beets were never my favorite. Then we started making a magic juice almost very regular at home. Apples/Beets/Carrots (ABC) & a bit of ginger and Lemon. That was out of the world for my workouts. Then on slowly started liking beets 🙂

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      2. Good for you! Stay tuned for my “magic juice” recipe, coming up soon.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Gail!

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  1. cookingflip says:

    I thought I’d brighten up my day by reading your post today, lol ☀

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    1. Thank you so much for a lovely comment, darling!

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  2. A great way to enjoy beets, thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Mimi; I am so glad you like it!

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  3. Yummy! All your food preparation are looking so wonderful. Its a decoration course too. 😉 Thank you Dolly. Best wishes, Michael

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    1. You are too kind, Michael. I have no idea of food decoration! I cheat the audience by a combination of antique dishes and cat miniatures. When I made my father’s 85th birthday party (may he rest in peace now), I hired a food artist. I cooked and she made presentations,

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      1. You are really great in this. Dont put your – oh, i dont know the citation from the Bible in English. But you know what i want to write. ;-).

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      2. I think I do know. But Michael, you keep forgetting that I read German. My great-grandmother made sure of that when I was about 7 years old.

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      3. Thats great to hear, Dolly! Your grandmother was blessed, so you can follow up whats happening here.

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      4. My great-grandmother was from Vienna, graduated from Vienna University, was one of the first women who were actually issued degrees. She insisted that Goethe and Heine could never be appreciated in translation. That’s why my German is not a spoken language, but I can read.

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      5. Great news! She had lived in a wonderful city. I love the Austrian dialect very much.

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      6. So do I, and it is so close to Yiddish that I could freely communicate. No offense, but I did not feel very comfortable in Munchen.

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      7. Oh, this with Munich i can understand. Here in whole Bavaria, they do not really love Austrians. Dont ask me why..

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      8. I can probably venture some guesses, but I won’t do it in a public forum.

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      9. I think Austrians are much more friendly and not as complicated as Germans. In Germany we always recurring this former “Prussian-style”.

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      10. I have made the same observations.

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      11. :-)) They are multicultural since centuries, and Germany had denied a lot of migration, as its is doing actually too.

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      12. This certainly one of the reasons.
        I have enjoyed our conversation, Michael, and now I have to get ready for a virtual meeting.
        Have a wonderful day – or night?

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      13. Thank you very much, Dolly! I have enjoyed too. Thank you for your patience with my English. Here its 10.00 p.m., in FL i think somehow around noon. Have a wonderful day!

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      14. It is 6:30 PM here, and this boring meeting is scheduled to go on until 8.
        I have already told that you English is very good. Believe me, it is much better than that of some of my students who are getting ready to go and teach children.

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      15. Thank you Dolly, you are very kind. Hey, i thought the time difference would be much more. Means i would not become a Jetlag. Lol

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  4. Joëlle says:

    Beautiful voice! Thank you for feeding our souls, our stomachs, and our ears!

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    1. Thank you so much for a lovely comment, dear Joelle!

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  5. Hello Dolly! I never liked Harry Potter although the writer has a brilliant imagination. Anyhow, the author and all of her conceptualized characters can share your delicious food! And you certainly have it laid out beautifully. Hope that your having a splendid weekending. Healthy Harry Potter Hugs to you! 💐☕️☕️💐🍃

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    1. Thank you so much, darling! I love your sense of humor – you are delightful. Have a great weekend as well! 😻

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  6. I love beets and will have to try this recipe. There’s a Russian bakery about an hour away from me and I could live on the borscht.

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    1. Then you might appreciate my borscht recipe: https://koolkosherkitchen.wordpress.com/2018/12/04/ukrainian-borsht-for-sultana-3/
      Thank you so much for stopping by, dear friend!

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  7. Olivia Ava says:

    This food looks so yummy and tasty. By the way, Hermione is my favorite character in the Harry Potter movie.

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    1. My favorite character is Professor McGonagall, but I do identify with Hermione a lot (perfectionist complex, know-it-all, etc.)
      Thank you so much for your kind words, dear Olivia!

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