April 24, 2009

Photo du Jour - Pass the Butter and the Fleur de Sel

Crispy radishes served with sweet, creamy butter and crunchy fleur de sel.
A simple springtime pleasure in France. Pin It


Veronica said...

love that photo! I can almost taste them ...

Melanie said...

What a glorious photo! I can feel the crunch!

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Great photo!! Never had them served with butter and salt, just on their own!

spacedlaw said...

I had some last week and they were just perfect.

Valerie, En Bonne Compagnie said...

Mmmmmm I love 'radis' like that and another lovely colour at this time of year.... but where's that blue sky gone??!

garry said...

also try them roasted in a little olive oil - they take on a great meaty flavour...yummy

martha said...

Yum Yum - tantalizing photo

Dale said...

one of the things we will really miss - ate a ton of these over the years as you described - only thing better is to add bacon to the equation!!!

MsGourmet said...

Simple things in life are often the best!

Sandy said...

yummy crunchy tasty radishes...how wonderful.

wcs said...

Oh, one of my favorites (but there are so many). I'm actually trying to grow my own this year!

Loulou said...

It was a very crowded market so I basically stuck my camera between some people and started taking pictures. I'm happy with the result.

Yes, crunchy and delicious!

You must try it! A wonderful flavor combination.

They are so good and mild this time of year.

Blue sky? What is that? :)
Tired of this rain!

Never tried that. Thanks for the idea.


Bacon, huh? Interesting idea.

I couldn't agree more!

They are a great spring treat.

Looks like you'll have great success with your potager. Let me know how they taste!

Nicole said...


georgiegirl said...

J'aime les radis! One of my favorite food that I get each time when I am in your world. I can't find them here. Tried to grow my own but they did not come out right. I will have to be in France in spring next time.

Loulou said...


Sorry to hear that you can't find them and weren't able to grow them. Guess a trip to France next spring is necessary! :)