TIP OF THE DAY: Types Of Radishes & Ways To Use Radishes

Low in calories, high in crunch, often with a hot pepper spiciness, radishes (Raphanus sativus) can be a fun food. They’re nutritious*, too. If you’re old enough, you may remember the time when radish “roses” were almost as common a plate garnish a sprig of parsley. You sliced the rose in a certain way (or…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Types Of Radishes & Ways To Use Radishes”

Spring Salad: Asparagus & Radishes

Most of us are familiar with the crimson radish, and maybe even black radish and white radish (the shredded daikon served with sashimi). If you’re lucky, you’ve enjoyed the beauty of candy stripe radish (chioggia) and watermelon radish. But if you’re a radish lover, take a look at these heirloom radishes. We’d never seen the…
Continue reading “Spring Salad: Asparagus & Radishes”

TIP OF THE DAY: Radish & Stone Fruit Salad With Feta

A salad can be much more than dressed leafy greens. Photo courtesy Gentyl & Hyers | Chefs Collaborative.   Chef’s Collaborative is a nonprofit, national network of member chefs who work to promote clean, sustainable food. They’ve created a cookbook of recipes that are imaginative and refreshing, yet can be enjoyed every day. Sign up…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Radish & Stone Fruit Salad With Feta”