celeriac : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n grown for its thickened edible aromatic root
- n thickened edible aromatic root of a variety of celery plant
- Oenophiles are not forgotten, though: selections like an hors d'oeuvre of orange-flavored prawns on a flan of pine nuts, celeriac pure and cream of olive oil get paired with top .
- Although some of the fruits and vegetables in this compendium are hardly uncommon to old-world chefs (celeriac, parsley root, arugula, broccoli rab and gooseberries, for example .
- Here you'll find updated Irish cuisine such as Bruno's haunch of venison with celeriac mousseline and Eliza Blues' beautiful gooseberry tart.
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My Jewish heritage has provided me with many gifts — an appreciation for Woody Allen movies, a comfort with questioning authority, and a killer matzo-ball soup recipe (psst, the secret ingredients are celeriac and schmaltz). But there is a tradeoff for these blessings that weighs heavily on my head, and ... More »
June 13, 2013 - New York Magazine