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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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7 Fry bread pieces in some chive oil till crispy, drain on kitchen paper.
ingredients 150g chives; 150ml grapeseed oil (available via Amazon); 150g green strawberries, cut into 2mm dice (if available, just use red ones if not); 150g red strawberries, cut into 2mm dice; 150g golden beetroot, cut into 2mm dice; 150g fennel bulb, cut into 2mm dice; 150g white turnip, cut into 2mm dice; 4 x 120g skinless turbot portions; knob of butter; sprinkle of fennel pollen (available via Amazon); sea salt For the sauce: 2 shallots, sliced; 10g butter; 150ml dry white wine; 150ml vermouth; 300ml fish stock; 300ml double cream; sea salt For the elderflower vinegar: 20 ripe elderflower heads; 500ml chardonnay vinegar For the green herb oil: 500g green herb leaves (works best with strong, soft herbs like lovage or chives); 250ml grapeseed oil Equipment: Thermomix METHOD 1.
The NEW Schulstad Bakery Solutions Savoury Crowns come in two sophisticated and indulgent flavours: Roasted Vegetable & Pesto and Cheese, Chive & Cherry Tomato.
Japanese author Hiromu Arakawa once said, "Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return." True to her words, the charity Chive Dubai has been giving and in the process, gaining as well.
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.
Although numerous studies have been published on the antimicrobial activity of spices, few have reported data related to the antimicrobial activity of chives. So scientists examined the antibacterial activity of chives against several strains of E.
To make a delicately flavored and colored vinegar with regular chive blossoms, begin with 2 cups of mild, white vinegar such as white rice vinegar, and add 2 cups (packed) fresh blossoms.
In addition to the full grass-like almost "weeping" backdrop and centerpieces both chive types offer the garden setting, the flowers are extraordinary.
Nasturtium butter 1/4 pound of unsalted butter at room temperature 12 to 18 nasturtium flowers 2 to 4 fresh nasturtium leaves or a few sprigs of fresh parsley 3 to 4 chive leaves (optional) Chive blossom butter 1/4 pound butter at room temperature 10 to 12 barely open chive flowers, florets or petal clusters separated 2 small sprigs of fresh parsley or 8 to ten chive leaves Rose butter 1/4 pound unsalted butter at room temperature 1 teaspoon fine sugar 1/4 teaspoon almond extract A generous handful of rose petals from a fragrant rose Old fashioned roses such as damasks and rugosa roses are best.