Origin of radish
OTHER WORDS FROM radishrad·ish·like, adjective
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How to use radish in a sentence
The engineers tested the soil additive to grow radishes on the roof of building at the school.
To avoid throwing away food scraps, make a point to incorporate recipes into your menu that will use multiple parts of an ingredient—carrot top pesto, for example, if you plan to use carrots, or pickled radish greens.
I picked radishes, which grow well in the early fall or spring.
Sarah and I pulled out the radishes, weighed them and measured the leaves and roots.
Arrange the radishes between the thighs in a single layer, and season lightly with salt.Turn a cheap chicken dinner into a Turkish street-food getaway|SAVEUR Editors|September 25, 2020|Popular-Science
I also like a bird's beak knife, for fiddly decorative things like making radish flowers and skinning apples in one long peel.
Over our radish and onion salads, I showed her a little video clip of our 16-month-old grandson pretending to type.
In large salad bowl, combine greens, scallion, and radish; dress with remaining vinaigrette and season with salt and pepper, toss.
"Celery, cucumber, radish," he says, showing how well he's made this new place his home.
Look for unusual radish varieties like lovely pink and green watermelon radishes.
Eustacie would be glad to know if radish would kill canaries; also if gas would hurt them?Little Folks|Various
In this course pretty nearly everything will be pickled, down to nasturtium buds and radish pods.The Women of Tomorrow|William Hard
This was followed by cold boiled sucking pig with horse-radish sauce.Condemned as a Nihilist|George Alfred Henty
Jack Rabbit stood up in his chair so he would be tall enough to be seen and held up a crisp radish.Sandman's Goodnight Stories|Abbie Phillips Walker
Grated turnips, mixed with horse-radish, for the table, will assuage one's grief for one's grandmother.