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The Settlement Cook Book

By Lizzie Black Kander

Published 1903

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There are many varieties of radishes, round and long, black, white and red. The small red radish may be obtained all year. They are served uncooked, merely for a relish. The large varieties are peeled, sliced and salted for the table.
To serve the small ones for table, remove tip end of root, remove the leaves and have only a small piece of stem on radish. They may be made to look like a tulip by cutting into six equal parts from the root end, down ¾ of the length of the radish.