raddishing

tags: , ,

Raddish Crop3 mins from garden to tummy

My first crop was crunchy-yummy!

raddishing
1 vote rating 5

8 bits of lovely banter on “raddishing”

  1. Bux writes:

    I like the way Wendy House produce grows akin to your personality ie; it doesn’t conform to the expected norms of shape/form, it’s done it’s own thing. bravo Wendy for nurturing such individual veg!

       0 likes

    [reply]

    wendy writes

    Bux – noncoformist, hot and not to everyone’s taste – an insightful comparison!

       0 likes

    [reply]

    Bux writes

    Oh Wendy, put that way it sounds terrible…yikes! Actually I was thinking from the positive angle of being hot and non conformist 😉 hehe

       0 likes

    [reply]

    wendy writes

    Hi Bux, No worries! 🙂 my summary was how I think of myself in the vegetable venacular, to me it is positive, not terrible.

       0 likes

  2. Madame DeFarge writes:

    They look lovely, but lack the pleasing roundness of mere shop bought produce. But I would relish them on my plate.

       0 likes

    [reply]

    wendy writes

    So true Mme D!

    To overcome this I’ve developed a nibbbly way of eating them that for some reason reminds me of the top bit on an old fashioned typewriter, nibble-nibble-nibble key-ching! another one please!

    Less like a couple of mouthfuls which reminds me of [unpublishable]!

       0 likes

    [reply]

  3. nick writes:

    I love radishes. That lovely spicy flavour. I could eat them all day.

       0 likes

    [reply]

    wendy writes

    the druid in residence at the wendy house has called upon the raddish spirits of your garden to have a breeding frenzie. That should help.

       0 likes

    [reply]

share your wonderful musings

*
To prove you're a person (not a spam script), type the security word shown in the picture. Click on the picture to hear an audio file of the word.
Anti-spam image