Thursday, April 28, 2011
Breakfast Veggie that Isn't
What don’t the French eat for breakfast?
French Breakfast radishes, according to Barbara Damrosch in her “A Cook’s Garden” column in the Washington Post.
Damrosch calls French Breakfast radishes “cute, tender and delicious” with “sweet mild flavor and succulent crunch,” the “handiest of snacks,” and “great for dipping.”
Would you like them buttered and salted?
I’d better let Damrosch explain that. To read “The roots of the French Breakfast,” CLICK HERE.