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see chicorychicory
or succory
, Mediterannean herb (Cichorium intybus) of the family Asteraceae (aster family), naturalized in North America, where the tall stalks of usually blue flowers are common along waysides and are known as blue-sailors.
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a plant, Cichorium endivia, cultivated for its crisp curly leaves, which are used in salads: family Asteraceae (composites)
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I saw Belgian endive slowly make its way into supermarkets.
Their expanded menu features dishes such as belgian endive leaf with smoked salmon mousse and orange and rum sweet potatoes.
He likes horsemeat, suggests that you balance the sweetness of the flesh with Belgian endive, which is bitter and salty.
Is it really necessary for someone to know which fork to use with Belgian endive or how to address the Duchess of Kent at the Wimbledon reception?
PORK MEDALLIONS with BELGIAN ENDIVE SERVES 4/30 MINUTES Belgian endive, available year-round, turns supple and tender when braised.
GREEN CABBAGE, RED CABBAGE, NAPA, BOK choy, radicchio, treviso, Belgian endive, .
QI've been looking for Belgian endive but can't find it anywhere.
Turkey Florentine Hand Roll: Spinach tortilla wrapped around hand shaved turkey breast, herb cream cheese spread, feta cheese, fresh baby spinach, romaine leaf lettuce, sliced artichoke bottoms, yellow bell pepper strips, Roma tomato, and Belgian endive.
6 large Belgian endive leaves, blanched in salted water Clarified butter as needed
Oven-roasted asparagus with a herbed white bean ragout and creamy gorgonzola, or a julienne of Belgian endive with applewood smoked bacon and crumbled goat's cheese-just two of the appetizers designed to send diners to culinary nirvana.
vegetable oil 2 medium fennel bulbs 4 heads Belgian endive 1 large shallot 1/2 cup each white wine, reduced-sodium chicken broth, and whipping cream 1/4 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves, chopped 1.
QI saw a leaf in the supermarket that looked familiar but I didn't recognise the name - Belgian endive.

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