The roots included onion, garlic, radishes and carrots. The carrots are actually supposed to be that small. I chose that variety for the greenhouse because I don't have infinite soil depth in there. They have an interesting taste and texture, not as sweet as the last carrots I grew, Scarlet Nantes (I think), but have a delicate substance that is truly enjoyable. The radishes were so sweet, typical of radishes grown under cold conditions. I nearly ate them both before saving a few, thin slivers to sprinkle over the salad. The onions are bunching onions, a delicate treat after eating the more robust Egyptian Walking Onions all winter. The garlic is what I might call spring garlic. Without exaggeration, I have hundreds of these. It's not as strong as a clove, and I chop it like an onion, green top and all.
The storage container is mixed greens, pictured close-up further below. In the 6 o-clock position of this first pic is a plate of lamb's quarters. If pushed to describe them, I would say they are neutral in flavor and texture in a salad. I want to try steaming them with onion and garlic, which is why I gathered them separately.
The little guy in the picture below (sorry for the fuzziness) decided to tag along with a lettuce leaf. He found my dirty tea cup while I was washing greens. Eventually, I tossed him into the pile of carrot tops to be taken out to the compost pile. He'll be fine out there unless the cold got him last night!