"Celery, cucumber, radish," he says, showing how well he's made this new place his home.
In large salad bowl, combine greens, scallion, and radish; dress with remaining vinaigrette and season with salt and pepper, toss.
Over our radish and onion salads, I showed her a little video clip of our 16-month-old grandson pretending to type.
Next, she went over to the big garden and found Father's radish bed.
In the town he was called radish, and people said it was his real name.
Flag root, nasturtions, and radish tops, are also nice to fill them with.
Garnish with thin slices of radish, and a radish so cut as to represent a tulip.
One wades through escaped beer, among floating islands of radish top and newspaper.
Your worship, they pulled up a radish, and opened the door of the cave.
My shword, red as a radish shkin, Ne'er finds the time to molder; Shee how it shleeps its sheath within!
late Old English rædic "radish," from Latin radicem (nominative radix) "root, radish," from PIE root *wrad- "twig, root" (cf. Greek rhiza, Lesbian brisda "root;" Greek hradamnos "branch;" Gothic waurts, Old English wyrt; Welsh gwridd, Old Irish fren "root"). Spelling perhaps influenced by Old French radise, variant of radice, from Vulgar Latin *radicina, from radicem.