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By: Amanda

Sat, 26 Jun 2010 12:54:03 +0000

We planted watermelon radish in our garden this year. I found your site when I was trying to find out when they are ready to be picked. Your recipes and photos are gorgeous! I was intrigued by the slicer and have now decided that I need one. My family is a big fan of the spicy radish salad that is served as a side dish in most Korean restaurants. My 4 yr old calls them spicy noodles. I am wondering if I should pay more for the horizontal slicer that you picture or if the vertical "cook helper" would suffice. Do you have any input?



By: Penny

Wed, 09 Jul 2008 01:17:43 +0000

I grew this watermelon radish this year and tasted it for the 1st time today, thank-you for the wonderful recipe ideas, I had no idea what I was going to do with it/



By: Root Vegetable Chips with a Soup — Des chips de légumes-racines avec une soupe by La Tartine Gourmande

Wed, 19 Mar 2008 02:09:39 +0000

[...] other great options would be parsnip, sweet or blue potatoes as well. Then, I preferred to use my turning vegetable slicer to slice the vegetables as thinly as possible — and have extra crispiness — and only [...]



By: Frances

Mon, 28 Jan 2008 14:36:37 +0000

Dear Bea...I live in Turkey and I was shopping in the pazar when I saw this vegetable. My sister-in-law and I wondered what it was, so she asked. She is a native Turk and had never seen this before either. They told her it was a turnip. Our curiousity almost killed us both until she had to ask if we could taste it. In Turkey you can sometimes taste a new item on the spot. She told me to taste it first....my first reaction was, "It tastes like a watermelon." Then I got the faint taste of turnip. Well, let me be honest, I hate turnips because of the kick and aftertaste or gas you experience later. This watermelon turnip is not like that at all and yes, I understand the name! Thank you for your website as I was driving myself crazy trying to find out the real name for this delightful vegetable. My Turkish husband loves fried foods so I added this delightful item to his many different vegetables in the oil. Wow! It is even nice fried along with fried carrots. I can imagine many things you can do with this vegetable. Thanks again for helping me discover it's real name! Frances in Turkey



By: A Taste of Summer in a Bowl of Food -- Le goût de l'été dans un bol by La Tartine Gourmande

Tue, 10 Jul 2007 20:38:44 +0000

[...] I peeled it and used my Turning Vegetable Slicer to cut it in long spaghetti-looking strips. I love to eat vegetables raw like this. Le coin français Salade estivale de mâche, betterave jaune et jeune [...]



By: mosi

Wed, 21 Mar 2007 12:58:52 +0000

Dear Bea, your pages, stories and pictures are an island of refreshment, color and beauty in the ocean of websites. Almost like an oasis in the desert of technical websites (like mine :-). I am very grateful for your passion about food, blog-making and photographing. This is one of the things that make your day happy and enjoyable, even if sitting in a gray office. Wholehearted: Thank you. And please, keep going.



By: Béa

Sun, 04 Mar 2007 23:03:20 +0000

Merci bien Loukoum de ce gentil mot. Je suis contente de lire que cela te plait! C'est vrai que la photo culinaire, c'est un peu ma passion ;-) Les chose bougent doucement!



By: loukoum°°°

Sat, 03 Mar 2007 22:48:13 +0000

J'aime tout. C'est bien simple. La couleur de ce radis, tes recettes, les photos toujours plus hallucinantes et ton bol tout simplement superbe. Sérieusement, tu n'as jamais été contactée par un studio photo? Parceque ce que tu fais est vraiment sidérant!



By: Béa

Thu, 01 Mar 2007 17:49:58 +0000

Merisi, this is a good disease! Thank you! Hope you make it quickly to the grocery store then!
Barbichounette, merci!
Veronica, c'est marrant ce qu'on peut voir tout à coup dans un radis, pas vrai ?
Lydia, yes we do, I think. We have plenty around to choose from, so I feel lucky when winter is here and there are as many farmer markets around!
Gracianne, merci. Contente que cela te plaise.
Ellen, thank you!
Kate, thanks!
Bergeou, merci.
Cat, merci.
Oh yes, that is surely making Pille happy! ;-) I am glad.
Ninnie, oh oui, je suis sûre que tu vas aimer. Merci de ton gentil mot.
Evinrude, ahahah. Thanks! I am pleased you like it.
Nika, thanks! This is the best compliment! Making you want to experiment with beets or any other vegetable/food more!
Pete, indeed, you share it, don't you?
Mayacook, merci. Ravie que cela te plaise.
Tarzile, oh don't tell me that you grow them, do you?? I come on vacation in your house to pick your vegetables then!
Mercotte, oh merci du tuyau. Je ne savais pas du tout! Je note. Ravie de le savoir maintenant!
Anita, yes a nice slicer indeed! Love it!
Joey, hope they do some day. You would have fun with it. Mine came from Vermont believe it or not.
Yoyo, thank you!
Kat, yes aren't they cool?
Brilynn, thanks.
Peggy, ahah, tu es si mignonne. J'adore ce qualificatif! You made my day!
Rose, yes confusing eh? I myself was!
Christine, I promise, I will. Thank you so much for your constant encouragement. It makes a huge difference!
L, oh thank you so much! It goes right to my heart! I am delighted you like them!
Christina, yes a few months to go indeed. But we are getting there. ALready the days are getting shorter!
Tanna, thank you! I think you can totally indulge in that purchase. You will not be disappointed.
Chris, easy, on line! Cooking.com or any cooking utensil websites, like SUr La Table as well.
Susan, thank you. That is a nice compliment.
Rowena, I know funky eh?
Fabienne, oui vas-y!
Sooishi, ah oui je viens d'aller voir. C'est trop marrant, d'autant qu'on habite pas franchement à côté l'une de l'autre.
Bcommebon, merci beaucoup.
Sylvie, merci.
Barbara, go for it! You will love it.
Helen, merci. C'est vrai hein que cette couleur finalement, quelle couleur !
Michelle, I promise to give more info. But quickly here, it is available on line, Sur La Table, cooking.com for example.
Ingrid, merci de ton gentil mot. Ca me touche vraiment, comme celui de Peggy. Je vais de ce pas aller voir ta recette.
Chantal, merci.
Helen, oh yes we are lucky to have found them, aren't we?



By: Helen Rennie

Thu, 01 Mar 2007 14:16:02 +0000

Hi Bea, I think we should start a watermelon radish society. It is now officially my favorite radish too ;) The beet and radish mise-en-bouche are adorable! Cheers, -Helen