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Beet carpaccio

(Béatrice Peltre for the boston globe)
October 1, 2008

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Serves 4 A carpaccio is typically made with tender uncooked beef, sliced so thinly you can almost see through it. Use the same method with beets and the first thing you'll notice is a similar deep purple-red color in the roots. The result is an appetizing vegetarian dish, a lovely variant of the classic Italian appetizer. To start, roast the ... (Full article: 416 words)

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