Tucked among the endless rows of late summer melon, onions, peppers, zucchini, I found these.  For a moment I thought they might start talking to me like the little flowers in Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland. If you find French Radishes, also called breakfast radishes– eat them.  And their greens are tasty too.  Traditionally eaten with salt and butter, these crunchy little roots are great sliced and sprinkled on a salty sopressa sandwich, or with any kind of salty cheese.  Not as spicy as the standard radish, they are mild and refreshing. Last week we partook of the German heritage at the Beethoven Maennerchor.  This place is a cultural preservation society, which throws biergarten parties every weekend, exactly two blocks from our house.  Presently they are working on raising money to restore the…