Last week in New York ,I was in a restaurant called Cascabel, www.nyctacos.com a lower east side vibe on the upper east side. Low and behold, what did I see on the menu but radishes with Mexican herbs. Of course I had to order it. They were beautiful french breakfast radishes, coated with salt pepper oil and fresh coriander. They could have come from my boulevard garden where I had a bountiful crop of radishes and coriander that had re-seeded itself from last year. My gift to the world of radish eating is sauteing french breakfast radishes in butter.
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