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Saturday, January 9, 2010

RADDISH OF THE FIELDS........




Riding along the long winding roads i m so enjoying this morning drive, surrounded on both sides by paddy fields that now grow fresh veggies.Each road ends only to lead to another delightfull village and the early airs is cool and fresh , and its great to drive wo having to turn on the air conditioning. . . .now i love a sunset drive or afternoon drive or moon light drive as much i love hanging out at home too. . .if i sound like am a morning person. . .well am a morning , afternoon, or evening sugar plum too. . .as the need arises. . . .i love a good under the star lit sky or the setting rising sun drive as much as i enjoy catching up on my beauty sleep. . .and actually need 10 hours of sleep that aint always 10hours. As we step up a bit and touch the highway again. . .i spot him and fall in love. . . . .



Yeah i fall in love (i fall in love everyday.....with a whole load of ....saved for another past...another time) with all the freshest of the fresh local veggies spread of a sack cloth or two or three and in the locally woven wicker basket. . . . . Green veggies still fresh with the morning dew and freshly washed root veggies. . . . . .and we picked a few bunches of everybody's fav:-):-) RADDISH. . .still very wet of the water that helped scrubing of all the mud. . . .


























And tastiest when prepared simply by placing the chopped white and greens discarding the stems, in a clay pot with a few tablespoons of freshly squeezed coconut juice or grated coconut, a few onions and loads of garlic, finely chopped and a pinch or three of crushed root turmeric. . . Oh there are loads of ways there can be done with loads of additions and a base of sauteed onions too but i love it best simple. . . . Didn some one say that beauty (delicious beauty here) lies in simplicity. . . .no? Ok me am saying it now. . . . And to sum lemme use a simple word but one that speaks volumes. . . .TASTEE E. . .ok delighfully tastee!






Honestly this happenned last month when didn have the cam nor the cell i used to shoot with while on the drive so no pics of the whole episode. . . But did make up by have a photo shoot of the very inspiration didn i:-)

15 comments:

  1. That is quite the radish! We only get the little red button ones here, or sometimes the daikon.
    Lovely!

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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Beautiful raddishes!! I am envious, we have 30 some inches of snow on the ground and the only thing fresh is the snow :)

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  3. Radish and coconut?!?!? Strange but intriguing combination. I will definitely have to give it a try. I have never seen a radish quite like this!

    Beautiful post. I always love your intros and descriptions.

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  4. I just lvoe radishes too!

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  5. What beautiful photography. As a matter of fact your blog is beautiful. I'll be back often to visit. I love radishes sliced paper thin on a butter coated slice of pumpernickel. You've made me hungry.

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  6. Olá linda Sugar...Mais um dom que te reconheço para além de cozinhares tão bem: o da fotografia: estão lindíssimas!
    Eu também gosto de rabanetes simples: em salada :) Nunca experimentei com coco, mas fiquei curiosa para experimentar!!
    Um grande grande beijinho para ti Linda Amiga :)

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  7. Thanx a ton Mary-u have so wonderfull a blog too and i love ur idea of the raddish...
    U know we too slice 'em thinly and soak 'em in water for a few hours and crunch into then with our lunch but sure will try ur fantastic combo of sandwhch!!!

    yeah LORI we love em too!!!!
    U know most goan veggies are laced either with freshly grated coconut or freshly squeezed cocnut milk...and they are fantastic.....specially the fresh locally grown greens...and garlic works magic as usual..

    And u wont believe it but i would so love to trade places with u rite now LAKEGIRL coz i love love love snow...

    We do get the little buttony red ones here too NATASHYA but they arent locally grown or easily available and we slice 'em thin to toss 'em in hearty salads...
    Hi JOANNE,

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  8. hey..came here through joanne'b blog...this is exactly the way we prepare..loads of garlic in greens....

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  9. As others have noted, I've only ever seen or eaten the red button radishes. These look more like parsnips. They sound delicious.

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  10. Very beautiful! There is nothing like fresh picked veggies! Thanks for your comment today at Our Krazy Kitchen :-)

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  11. Beautiful raddishes! An original combo! The flavors must blend well together...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  12. I am entranced by the photos. Who knew vegetables could look that beautiful?

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  13. Radishes are underrated! Oh these photos are great! Indeed, you look veggies look gorgeous! :)

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  14. I am in love with your wonderful photos...
    Beautiful veggies!
    I am trying to figure out what country you live in. Germany?

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