One of the joys of shopping at a farmers' market is seeing the beautiful array of vegetables, some of which you may never have eaten before.
Except for a few slices at a restaurant in the past, daikon radishes were new to me. They are as long as carrots, but much fatter with the same crispy texture as smaller radishes. The Happy Boys Farm sign said they could be sautéed as a side dish.
I used the daikon radishes with a mixture of other winter vegetables to make golden brown chunks of tasty food tossed with gremolata, also new to me. Gremolata is simply lemon peel minced finely with parsley and garlic. Make this recipe as a side dish and serve it hot.
I think you will like it. It really helps to have a good friend with a Meyer lemon tree in their yard.