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  • n. Plural form of radish.


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  • The radishes were a bit strong when eaten raw last week so this week we'll be eating them cooked--braised radishes to be more specific, served with mashed russet potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, and pork chops.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Next to the radishes is a small dish of fresh, soft, unsalted butter and another small dish of sea salt.


  • In my kitchen, I often throw together raitas and pachadis with commonly available vegetables such as radishes, cucumbers and carrots.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • I'm planting it so that some of the quick growing plants (such as radishes and arugula) will get pulled out and leave room for bigger all season plants (like chard.)

    Tomatoes, Some Veggies, and Seeds are in the Ground - 2008 Garden Update #3

  • Vegetables having a strong flavor, such as radishes, onions, cucumbers, cabbage, and cauliflower, are the ones that disagree most frequently with persons who eat them; but sometimes the way in which some of them are cooked has more to do with this than the vegetables themselves.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables

  • The gardener had cleverly converted the conservatory into a sort of kitchen garden, and had planted some useful vegetables, such as radishes, carrots, salad, etc., so you see the family took good care that it should have enough to eat, and mice and rats only appeared on the table after the repasts.

    In the Courts of Memory, 1858 1875; from Contemporary Letters

  • Yet, they point out that improper handling can still cause problems: "Root crops such as radishes and carrots as well as leafy vegetables like lettuce, where the edible part touches the soil, present a great risk for potential health problems."

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • Famous for taking truly seasonal and local ingredients, many of which are unheard of outside of the Nordic region, and creating dishes such as radishes in edible soil that acutely demonstrate nature on a plate, the restaurant has quickly established itself as a place of pilgrimage.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Headed by 32-year-old chef Rene Redzepi, it has become a favourite of gourmets worldwide for using seasonal and local ingredients to create dishes such as radishes in edible soil.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • The densely-growing leaves on the terraces are edible plants such as radishes, cabbage, turnips, lettuce, and old varieties of cereals which all grow here abundantly - not in straight lines and rows, but as mother nature would have sown them herself.

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