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Herbs to compliment beets

nlgardener | Apr 19, 201309:17 AM     22

I'm in a vacation rental in rural France with a minimalist kitchen. I purchased some vacuum sealed cooked beets to go with a roast chicken for a simple supper, along with a simple salad. I have to reheat the chicken.

I have butter, salt and pepper. Then I have available growing in garden pots summer savory, tarragon, bay leaves, chives, thyme and rosemary. Also half a lemon, leftover from another meal. Balsamic vinegar and olive oil, as well.

What would you do with them? I also have some chèvre.

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