Monday, December 15, 2008

Hanging Daikon Radish

hanging daikon radishThose are hanging daikon radishes(Japanese radish).
They dry daikon radish under the sun before pickle them.
This is a scenery of winter.
By the way, I have often seen daikon radish hanging in farmer's garden, but I have seen it in road side first time.

9 comments:

valeria said...

Uhm, Daikon Radish? Never tasted that!
I made a post especially for you on my
www.valeriavitadamamma.blogspot.com

:-)

nobu said...

Thanks so much,Valeria.
I have alredy visited your blog.
It is a wonderful post for me!!

JM said...

I've never seen radish drying at the sun. Very interesting the way they hold them with the ropes.

Madison Avenue Baby said...

Those are the biggest radishes I've ever seen. It's nice that you can get vegetables like that in the winter.
Dawn

tr3nta said...

They look yummy... how do you cook those?

nobu said...

Thanks all.

Trent3;
We pickle them in salt.

Madison Avenue Baby said...

Nobu,
Do the radishes go soft when you pickle them or do they stay crisp?

nobu said...

Madison avenu baby;
It go soft, but not very soft.

hubschrauber said...

I'd like to invite you to have a look on a funny home-made decoration - the radish mouse on cold spread.

http://hubschrauber.wordpress.com/2008/12/18/maus-auf-brot-hors-doeuvre/

Best regards from Germany
Rosemarie

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