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Spring Salad with Fava, Shaved Watermelon Radish, Raspberries and Mint with Honey-Dijon Vinaigrette

Salads are so versatile and adaptable to the best spring ingredients.  I absolutely love fave beans and was fortunate enough to find them at my local market.   48 more words


Flushing CSA (Week 25)!

Well folks, that’s it. 25 glorious vegetable filled weeks has come to an end. We hope you loved every bite if it and join again next year. 1,110 more words


Watermelon or Radish?

Figure 1: Watermelon radishes.

Recently I had an opportunity to taste a variety of radish that I hadn’t previously known about – the so-called “watermelon” radish.  48 more words

Spicy Pickled Watermelon Radish

This recipe for pickled watermelon radish follows a very basic method for making refrigerator pickles and can easily be used to pickle any other crunchy vegetable. 363 more words

Neighborhood Eats: Stark Bar @ LACMA

Magneto gave me one of the best birthday presents last year: membership at LACMA. While we don’t take as much advantage of it as we ought, we finally made it out there for a current exhibit and ended up lunching there. 165 more words

Slow Cooker Chili Lime Pulled Chicken Bowl Meal Prep

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen me raving about these Slow Cooker Chili Lime Pulled Chicken Bowls all week.

As you may know, I’m all about… 674 more words

RADISHES: Spring versus Winter Varieties©

It is not hard to locate books from the 1500’s which note the ways of eating and growing radishes, particularly “The Works of Mr. Francis Rabelais, Doctor in Physic” (1653), Gervase Markham’s “A Way to Get Wealth” (1668), John Reid’s “The Scots Gard’ner in Two Parts” (1683), George Sandy’s “A Relation of a Journey Begun An:  Dom:  1610” in which he notes the builders of the pyramids eating radishes (1637), John Mason’s “A Briefe Discourse of the New-found-land” (1620), etc. 1,295 more words

19th Century Food