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" Have you ever come across ground horseradish? It's a condiment prepared from horseradish, a white elongated root, which is in season now. It has a strong sharp taste, similar to mustard and wasabi. I show you how to prepare this magical root by grinding it so that it can be preserved for months to come. It is then served with meats, vegetables, and lentils. It goes great with German, Austrian, and East European food. In fact, Jewish food has its own version called chrain. I personally love it mixed into cooked lentils as well as served with tenderloin beef or Sauerkraut and sausage. "
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