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grandma's radish sandwich

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radish sandwichMy grandmother was a fan of radish and butter sandwiches. I only recently learned this fact from my mom after I had suggested that she serve radishes with softened butter at a French-themed dinner party she was planning. My idea triggered this memory of her mother. I had never tried a radish sandwich and thought the appropriate time was around Mother's Day. Mom, I am sure this above open-faced one differs from your mother's, but I did find the combination delicious! I spread softened butter on crusty bread and topped it with sliced radishes and coarse sea salt.

Share your mother or grandmother's favorite dishes with me—I'd love to read them.

Comments (2)

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    Kellee,
    I love reading your articles, and this one I was able to enjoy a wonderful memory as well.
    Angie

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    Oh yes,
    We grew up on radish sandwiches (especially in the summer) in northern Wisconsin. Now living on the west coast, I had only met one other person who knew about them & she was from Iowa. But since researching on the internet, I am pleased to know that I am not alone. To cut sodium, I now eat them without salt. You can add your favorite fresh herb to the butter to compensate for no salt. The bread was always store-bought white bread (sour dough is my choice now) & the radishes were red with the exception of a few icicle radish sandwiches. These are so good & healthy too. Good memories too. MH

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