Friday, May 08, 2009

Radish & Chive Sandwich with Cream Cheese

This week I’m trying out a new recipe format with one of my favorite Spring treats – Radish & Chive Sandwich with Cream Cheese. Some recipes don’t fit well into a traditional format. Either they’re much too simple to really justify a recipe at all or the preparation is such that specific measurements and directions aren’t necessary. The Visual Recipe format offers a simple, concise visual recipe that’s easy to follow and easy to prepare. I would love to hear what you think of the new format!


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Radish & Chive Sandwich with Cream Cheese

12 comments:

Diana Kowalsky said...

I think I like it a lot, at least for simple recipes like this. Probably wouldn't work for more complex ones (or maybe that's just me, who needs to read recipes 5 times before starting). :)

J.Noelle said...

It definitely takes a certain type of recipe! And I'll be switching back and forth between formats - they're not all going to be simple :)

seamaiden said...

Very fresh photography and format. I'm not crazy about radishes but you've inspired me to try them a new way- perhaps a special variety fresh from the farmer's market. Lovely!

-Sea

beastmomma said...

I enjoy the new format for simple recipes. A while ago, you also had the three simple preparations of cucumber. I liked that format as well.

Corrinne said...

This looks really good! Have you ever tried it with a goat cheese!? I bet it would be out of this world I work with Chavrie and it would be healthier (less fat, cholesterol). Enjoy!

Michael Pugh said...

The lowly radish has never looked so good.

New recipe format is sharp. Looks like a lotta work on your end. For display in a book or something it's beautiful.

Imagine making a recipe book with almost no words. Or taking a Common Craft approach to recipes. May be fertile territory.

Georgia said...

Great format! Cream cheese - what delicious way to jazz up radish.

kcallahan said...

i love it

kcallahan said...

i love it!

bookworks said...

Your recipe is presented in a very attractive format. Plus its a very tasty recipe. I've linked to the recipe on my blog, Thayer in the Kitchen. The goal of my blog is what to do with all the vegetables you get in your CSA box.

Flawless Skin said...

I enjoy the new format for simple recipes. A while ago, you also had the three simple preparations of cucumber. I liked that format as well. I have bookmarked all these cool recipes.

Food Recipes said...

Oh Yum! These look and sound delicious