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Whether it's their moderate-to-loud flavor, unusual slipperiness or surprising sweetness, some people don't quite know what to make of beets. But Page and Dornenburg love their earthy taste and the soft-firm texture they take on when cooked. The best way to make these antioxidant-rich vegetables
taste delicious is pairing them with contrasting ingredients. That can be a salty, creamy cheese (e.g., goat or blue), toasted nuts (e.g., walnuts or almonds)—or both. "The creamy and crunchy elements serve as counterpoints to the beets," the husband-and-wife team say.
Get the recipe: Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese and Arugula