No Radishes, Thank You

Welcome to No Thank You, a linkup about the food you hate, despise, and simply don’t get along with. It’s a quick and fun way to share the reasons you avoid the gross foods you hate – and a great way to meet others who share similar tastes. I’d love for you to join us and add a link to your own blog post!

When I think of radishes, I think of my mom dipping a radish-pink root vegetable in salt and taking a bite with a huge smile on her face. My mom and her siblings grew up eating radishes and are quite fond of them – some of her happiest (and weirdest) memories are eating her grandma’s radish sandwiches. That’s right, radishes in-between buttered slices of white bread with salt and pepper seasoning. Fortunately for my picky tastes, I was born a generation later and avoided the radish craze in the Rach household. I’ve tried to uphold the tradition, but cannot overcome the tingling sensation in my nose every time the sharp, spicy taste touches my tongue.

NO RADISHES, THANK YOU

  • Radish tails remind me of the awful 1980s rat-tail hair trend, which makes me sad and uncomfortable.
  • The Sweet Beet says is best: “They’re the food equivalent of chaperons at a high school dance, tolerated but not celebrated. The more they stay by the sidelines (whether in a salad or a gymnasium) the better.”

Why don’t you eat radishes?


NO THANK YOU LINKUP RULES

  1. Share your post about why you don’t like to eat the food of the week. Entries that are completely unrelated to the theme or linked to your homepage will be deleted.
  2. Link back to this site so others can share, too! All you have to do it mention the linkup with Please Don’t Make Me Eat That in your post. Include the button below, if you’d like!
Please Don't Make Me Eat That
  1. You can link up your posts any day of the week, but the most common day to do so is Monday.
  2. Check out other posts connected to the linkup. It’s a great way to meet people like you and bond over your disgust of gross foods! You never know what you’ll learn.