The blue radish?

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Real Estate Broker Owner with JFIVE Home Realty LLC | 845-758-6842|162 Deer Run Rd Red Hook NY 12571 10491201242
           

Today was the Red Hook Winter Market but I knew I could not linger long because I had a client coming to town and we had a few houses to look at in Red Hook.

I stopped at the market just as it opened and I had only fifteen
minutes to spare. I found the items I wanted and then decided I would
buy an item I had never purchased before. I took up a crusty, bluish
colored vegetable and I thought I was told it was a blue radish.
Since I was in such a rush, I'm not certain. So, tonight I thought I
would look up Blue radish recipes but all I could find was recipes with
radishes but the blue in the recipe was blue cheese.

By the way, my showing appointment went well and my client and I now
have a clearer picture about the type of property that will work for
him.

Before I go can anyone tell me what this really is?

 

 

Blue radish

 

Blue radish

 

 

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Rainmaker
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Al & Peggy Cunningham Brokers, Brampton Ontario Homes For Sale 905-450-5500
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That sure is an ugly looking thing Jennifer LOL, but you know sometimes they are the best tasting. We were thinking along with Joan that it looked like a mushroom, but blue radish, never heard of it.....will have to check back to see what you discover! Good luck!

December 04, 2011 09:40 AM
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Suzanne McLaughlin
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Sabinske & Associates, Inc. (Albertville, St. Michael)

Mystery solved.  I was right.  They are turnips, basically.  http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/589989  

Have fun with them, but apparently don't use them in a salad....

December 05, 2011 08:54 AM
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Suzanne thanks so much for the research, I will see if I can get more information from the vendor next time.  Looks like my plan to bake it was the right call.

December 05, 2011 09:58 AM
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Mitchell J Hall
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That is amazing looking Jennifer. I would have guessed some type of mushroom. Turnip is interesting. Maybe they're a hybrid. You'll have to tell us how they taste.

December 05, 2011 07:25 PM
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Tammie White
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Jennifer, did you buy it because you felt sorry for it? It's certainly not the most appetizing vegetable I've ever seen. But I'm happy to see the mystery was solved. How did it taste?

December 06, 2011 04:45 PM
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