Here you go.
I know many people eat beets during the winter and while they may not be the most appealing vegetable but that is because it gets a bad rap. Most people are familiar with the canned beets but have you tried roasting or boiling fresh beets?
Go to the market and get some beets. Boil them whole in salted water until a thin knife is inserted in the center of the largest one and comes out easily-just like when you cook a potato.
While the beets are cooking, julienne some red onions and cook them over medium heat in some oil and butter until cooked.
Take some fresh rosemary and chop it fine.
Take one orange and zest it.
Once the beets are cooked and have cooled down until they can be handled, peel the skin using a towel by simply rubbing the skin.
Cut the beets into wedges.
Take a pan large enough to accomodate the beets and put some olive oil, the onions, rosemary, orange zest and a bit of the juice from the orange.
Heat this up and add your beet wedges to it.
Saute this over medium heat until the beets are heated.
Add salt and pepper.
The beets can be made up to a few days ahead of time so when it comes time to serve them they are already cooked so all you have to do is saute them with the flavoring.