All posts tagged: Carpaccio

Raw Heirloom Beet Carpaccio (Candy Cane) with dill, pine nuts, shallots, parmesan, frisee

Heirloom Beet Carpaccio

Mainly found at farmers’ markets, the whimsical Chioggia beet (pronounced kee-OH-gee-uh) with its mild flavor and natural beauty is fabulous eaten raw in salads. Also known as the candy cane beet or bullseye beet, this heirloom beet from Italy has a milder flavor than it’s crimson cousins. If you can’t find them, then you could […]

Beet Carpaccio with Lemon & Herbs

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, I think beets are just misunderstood. Fresh beets are so much better than the collective childhood memories of beets in a can. Eeeew. I think it’s high time we give them a second chance. The key to beet carpaccio is to use a mandoline to achieve the paper-thin slices. Topped […]