Pink radicchio is ready for its close up – and your plate (Bon Appetit)

Pink radicchio is ready for its close up – and your plate (Bon Appetit)
However, many varieties exist, some of which have even sought protected geographical status. Lane Selman, an agricultural researcher at Oregon State University and the founder of the Culinary Breeding Network, first noticed pink radicchio several years ago, at the famous T&T Seeds in Chioggia, Italy. Now, she says, she’s spotting it across the United States.