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chive:

see oniononion,
plant of the family Liliaceae (lily family), of the same genus (Allium) as the chive (A. schoenoprasum), garlic (A. sativum), leek (A. porrum), and shallot (A. ascalonium).
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The NEW Schulstad Bakery Solutions Savoury Crowns come in two sophisticated and indulgent flavours: Roasted Vegetable & Pesto and Cheese, Chive & Cherry Tomato.
True to her words, the charity Chive Dubai has been giving and in the process, gaining as well.
Although several studies have been published on the antimicrobial activity of spices, few have reported data related to the antimicrobial activity of chives.
According to Henning's, the Onion & Chive Cheddar enhances burgers and mashed potatoes, while the Horseradish and Chipotle varieties add zest to sandwiches and entrees.
The grassy texture of chive leaves also makes them a welcome addition to container plantings of herbs, where they do exceedingly well.
In addition to the full grass-like almost "weeping" backdrop and centerpieces both chive types offer the garden setting, the flowers are extraordinary.
The Pizzettas were topped with a fanning of Filet Mignon, red onion confit, oven dried tomatoes and finished with virgin chive oil and chive sticks, it was the best pizza I ever tasted" said Marek Schwedt, owner of the Chill Lounge.
Place the two tortilla wraps side by side on a flat surface, then spread the cream cheese and chive mixture on the two tortillas, dividing the mixture evenly.
Put some in a small container now that you can bring in during next winter for forcing - fresh Chive foliage adds another dimension to winter soups.
Chives were cut into small pieces, blended and centrifuged to obtain a chive extract.
The potatoes taste "old", the mayo is watery and on the sweet side and the chive a little dry.