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Thread: Fresh horseradish for your Roast beef?

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    Fresh horseradish for your Roast beef?

    Before my horseradish came out of dormacy I had to run out to collect some to make some of my yearly horseradish sauces and marinades. Was a bit behind this year but the cold weather has been helping me out. This is just what I grabbed in 3 handfuls.









    This stuff is wicked on fish and beef cuts. Also on a nice venison roast!

    I will harvest the remainder tomorrow after work and store it until I can get at it. There is a ton out there and I want to thin out the patch so it doesn't go rampant.

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    That'd make a great addition to the NASC auction...
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    Quote Originally Posted by seedjar View Post
    That'd make a great addition to the NASC auction...
    ~Joe
    Never thought of that....Consider it done!

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    Don't you harvest horseradish in the fall when the flavor is at it's peak ?

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    Yes of course. I also waded out and grabbed a few this past winter as well while still frozen in the ground. I just didn't make anything in quantities to get through till next fall.

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    Do you just chop some off and replant it?

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    I love growing this stuff. It's kind of ugly though. My stick insects used to love the leaves.

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    @Dooms, Just cut the crown off and set it right back on top of the soil. It will take right off again and produce another root. This stuff thrives if you neglect it.

    Cthu- Yeah I think it looks like a weird tobacco plant of some sort.

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