I picked these radishes this morning. It's not long since they were planted in between the celeriac plants, and they are giving me a constant supply. I eat the leaves as well as the radishes. They taste fresh and slightly peppery.
Last Edit: Sept 6, 2013 13:19:11 GMT -1 by Whisker
I would say - lots! The reason they don't have the leaves in the supermarket is because they go off quickly and don't look pretty. Fresh from the garden, they taste good in a salad. They even could be steamed, like spinach, and used as a veggie.
Last Edit: Aug 24, 2013 11:05:04 GMT -1 by Whisker
I have a bumper crop of figs this year. Must be on account of our warmer than average summer. I love them baked with honey, cinnamon sprinkled over them and a dash of sweet sherry or Marsala sprinkled over them. Served with some natural yogurt. Delish!
Figs don't store well, once picked, Penny. That's why they are mostly dried and sold in that way. Drying them brings out a lot more sweetness. There's no comparison between a fresh and a dried fig. Totally different taste!