Some varieties of radish can grow up to 3-feet long, weighing 100lbs! Needless to say, you’re unlikely to see these in your local market. However, there are numerous varieties that fair well in the Texas soil and the hotter the summer, the more peppery your radish!
Fennel seeds are often used to season Mediterranean dishes, but the bulb, stems and feathery leaves also pack a wallop of flavor. We like to roast bulbs to bring out their sweetness and top salads and soups with chopped leaves. How do you use fennel?
While very similar in flavor, shape and texture to the carrot, this ghostly cousin is more often served cooked than raw. Do you have a favorite recipe to enjoy this sweet root veg?
Daikon in Japanese means “great root”, possibly because of its versatility – shred it, dry it, pickle it, roast it. How do you prefer your daikon?