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Even people who don't usually care for radishes might enjoy Rosy Radish Dip served with bread, chips or vegetables. Photo by Sue Doeden

Rosy Radish Dip packs a zing

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Just a few weeks ago, I discovered a gorgeous bunch of radishes tucked into a market basket full of goods that I purchased from local growers. They were on the small side, colored dark rosy red to pink, ending with creamy white tails at the root ends. I cleaned them, immediately ate a few of the slightly spicy vegetables and then slipped the rest into the refrigerator. For the next few days, each time I went to the refrigerator, I popped a radish into my mouth.


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