Monday, August 27, 2007

identification time

While there has been much eating and drinking on the weekend, life is getting in the way of writing about such things just yet. So here is a teaser. Spotted at the Healesville organic market was this interesting vegetable. Can you guess what it is and if so, have you ever cooked with it?

Two clues: Yes it is black and no it is not a beetroot.


Blogger kitchen hand said...

It could be a black radish.

6:10 pm  
Anonymous kathryn said...

Hmm, I have no idea - is it a type of taro??

7:06 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

KH if it was black radish, what would you do with it?

9:17 pm  
Blogger jill said...

Is it some breed of turnip?

11:38 pm  
Blogger kitchen hand said...

I would use it exactly as my father used to do with the regular radishes he always grew in the garden - sliced in summer salads. Occasionally we would eat them 'solo' as a snack with a dip of mayonnaise or yogurt and cucumber.

9:21 am  
Blogger neil said...

You can grate it really finely, mix it with a dressing and serve as a salad, goes well with beef. If you leave it to sit, it does develop a sulphurous smell, just blame the dog!

7:49 am  

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