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Daikon – Japanese Radish & A Recipe by Kiri W. Posted Fri 04 May 2012 9:31am I’m leaving for Toronto tonight and won’t be back until Monday night, so forgive me my absence over the weekend. But for today, let’s look at daikon. Daikon is the Japanese name for Raphanus sativus, a large, white variety of radish, and literally means “large root”. It’s relatively mild in flavor for a radish and looks somewhat like a giant, w ... Read on »
Food: chinese food & radish cake recipe by Coco .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Jan 2013 12:00am Food that we’ve been eating and blog-worthy. Hot pot rice topped with broccoli, sweet pea and chinese sausage. Fish soup (salmon head with a lot of spicy sauce) Sauteed sweet pea with sausage sauteed shrimp with broccoli and mushrooms. I love this but I guess I won’t have it for a while (avoiding seafood fo ... Read on »
For my first CSA recipe; Caramelized Radish, Apple and Arugula Salad by Dawn H. Posted Fri 12 Nov 2010 5:51am Community supported agriculture, or CSA is sort of a membership to a farm where you pay a subscription fee up front for the growing season and in turn get a share of the crop.  In my case, at the KYV farm , which is about five minutes from my house, I bought a half share.  This means that every other week I'll go directly to the farm and pick u ... Read on »
It's Earth Day: Let's Celebrate the Radish with 3 Different Recipes by DebinHawaii Posted Wed 22 Apr 2009 12:00am Sometimes the Farmer's Market can be dangerous for me and my wallet. I get seduced by the gorgeous fruits, vegetables and other things they have for sale and want to keep stuffing them into my bag. (After paying of course!) Like this perfect bunch of radishes. Aren't they gorgeous? So bright and red and spring-like! And frankly, I d ... Read on »
Recipes | Spinach & Radish Thepla – Wholewheat Indian Flat Breads, Perfect Snack & Travel Food by Sanjeeta kk Posted Thu 27 Sep 2012 1:32am There are things I love to do for my children even though it least interests me, going to movie is one such. I could never connect myself with the world of cinema except for listening to good songs. When hubby’s choice ruled there were more of detective English movies which later changed to animation and comic movies once the children ... Read on »
Recipe #99: Sautéed Daikon Radish on a Bed of Wilted Greens by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 1:02pm Cooked radishes have a totally different flavor & consistency when they're cooked. Gone is the sharp, bitey flavor, which has been replaced by a surprisingly mellow one.  The daikon radish... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read on »
Pickled Radishes Two Ways (Daikon and Watermelon Radish) by Dawn H. Posted Wed 20 Apr 2011 10:33am Watermelon Radish Recently we made a salad with shrimp on the grill and I whipped up some balsamic vinaigrette. I had sliced up some of my fresh watermelon radish I got from my csa but I have never been never a huge radish fan so I was trying to figure out something creative to do with them rather than use them raw on a salad.  On a whim I ... Read on »
Roasted Radish, Goat Cheese & Arugula Salad with Spiced Pecans and Giveaway #1 by DebinHawaii Posted Sat 02 May 2009 12:00am Not too long ago, I discovered a new appreciation for radishes after roasting them, thanks to a recipe in Fresh Every day by Sara Foster. Although I used them in a salad from another cookbook, I was intrigued by a note under the radish recipe: "Reinvention: At the Market, we toss roasted radishes into a salad with arugula and Spicy Pecans (rec ... Read on »
CSA (my) Week 6 and Daikon Radish Chips by Dawn H. Posted Thu 20 Jan 2011 9:23pm Today was week 6 for my  CSA veggies from KYV Farms  but I haven't had a chance to make a recipe plan so we'll just have to wing it.  I can't wait to try the beets, mainly because I haven't liked them when I've ordered them in restaurants but I'm told I will like them fresh so I want to see if I really am a beet person after all. Since I wa ... Read on »
CSA Week One: Lettuce, Radishes, Lots of Greens by Carrie Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 May 2010 1:07pm It's the first week of our summer CSA (community supported agriculture). I love this time of year & getting our boxes of fresh produce each week. We started using a CSA last year. This year we ordered from an organic farm that's closer to our home. They also deliver which is wonderful. Plus, we additionally will have fresh eggs delivered e ... Read on »