Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Horseradish: Pretty in Pink

Happy Passover to those celebrating! The Kale Crusaders' first exposure to Horseradish involved a jar of the fuchsia-hued variety. Little did we know until much later in life that Horseradish came from a gnarly-looking root and tasted much spicier without the added beet pulp.

Want to make your own at home? Lisa Goldfinger at Panning the Globe has got you covered with her Fresh Horseradish with Beets recipe!

P.S. We resisted the temptation to deck out Horseradish in the iconic Pretty in Pink prom dress.

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