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"July is National Horseradish Month and with that comes the perfect opportunity to introduce some sizzle into your menu," says The Horseradish Information Council. The Atlanta-based trade association of horseradish processors encourages horseradish consumption from sun-up to sun-down during this summer month.
The next time you're in your favorite store, grab a jar of horseradish and get creative. You will find that horseradish creates a flavorful kick and can be used in cocktails, dips, marinades, casseroles and more. Take a look at how hot your days and nights can be with horseradish!
Kick Off your Day with a Little Horseradish
Mid-Day Snacking Ahead
Wrap Up the Evening with an Elegant Dinner or Even a Cookout
The Horseradish Information Council is comprised of eight horseradish processors working together to broaden the appeal and increase year-round usage of commercially processed horseradish and related products. The Council's key message to consumers and foodservice users of horseradish is that this unique vegetable root, long admired for its effects on beef and seafood, is very versatile. Visit us on the Web at www.horseradish.org for hundreds of sizzling recipe ideas and to download the brochure, "Horseradish - The Secret Ingredient."
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