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June 14, 2010


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

I've been interested in new ways to prepare radishes because I agree that eating raw is a little harsh. Roasting is a great options. I'm going to pick up a bunch and give it a try.

Nisrine@Dinners & Dreams

Radishes are so healthy and I love them so much. Thanks for a great recipe!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I'm not really a radish fan, either. Thanks for the idea about roasting. I've never tried that, but it does tend to bring out the natural sugar in all vegetables.


Roasted radishes sounds wonderful. It never occurred to me to roast them. I enjoy eating them raw with a bit of salt. Nice. Thanks for sharing.

Health Insurance

I never heard of this recipe before but sound good and delicious.

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