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escarole

(ĕs'kərōl`): 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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Paris Market Mix: Arugula, chervil, chicory, endive, escarole, and red lettuces (R).
2 cups lightly packed slivered escarole or romaine lettuce leaves
Pizza Vegetale Rustica: Marinated fresh tomatoes, caramelized onions, escarole, eggplant, broccoli, artichoke hearts, and provolone cheese.
In a bowl, mix 2 quarts bite-size pieces rinsed and crisped escarole (12 oz.
The "major sponsor dinner" for 900 guests on March 7 includes a yellow pepper and escarole tart with roast shrimp and curried mango vinaigrette, basil-marinated double lamb chop, and a dessert display which includes cheeses from around the world.
Sandwich-style creations can run the gamut - from Muffulettas and Super Submarines to Focaccia alla Scarola (Focaccia Dough with capers, pine nuts, escarole, olives and raisins) and Panino Rustico (with a chicken breast salad mixture with balsamic vinegar, pine nuts, raisins and Dijon mustard).
Add escarole to sausage mixture in pan and reduce heat to low.
We'll show you a hearty greens glossary, a recipe for sauteed escarole, and a green salad with ginger lime dressing.
One of his best versions has been an escarole and wild mushroom recipe ($5), an impressively hearty start to any meal.
He even has a specialty - escarole soup - that he might someday cook especially for the restaurant.
lightly packed curly endive, frisee, escarole, or arugula.
We had fried dough, lima beans with escarole, meatballs - she made her own sausage.