endive : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n widely cultivated herb with leaves valued as salad green; either curly serrated leaves or broad flat ones that are usually blanched
- n variety of endive having leaves with irregular frilled edges
- Reprints of historic cookbooks; sample recipes include endive ragoo (1747), rice waffles (1901), and parmesan biscuits (1909) A Different Light Bookstore.
- To create his endive sorbet with coquelicot vinegar, artichoke and truffle raviole, or cinnamon-grilled leek velout, Gagnaire draws from the 1,700 vegetable and fruit varieties .
- Sometime a few years ago, movie stars and urbane, goat-cheese-and-endive types discovered bowling alleys, pool halls, tattoos, Harley Davidsons, diners and restaurants that looked .
News & Articles
- Readers' favorites: Salad greens
Readers' favorites: Salad greens Summer brings a bounty of salad greens, a broad term applied to everything from the various forms of lettuce to such dissimilar ingredients as arugula, bok choy and endive. Whatever you choose, salad greens add a wide variety of flavors and nutritional value to meals, and they meld well with a wide range of adornments, including meat, cheese and nuts.
July 4, 2013 - Albany Times Union
- Rio Vista Endive Grower Cuts PG&E Energy Bill during Heat Wave
RIO VISTA- California Endive Farms is using a PG&E program to reduce its energy bill during the current heat wave. Endive is a green, leafy vegetable, but this farm grows a smaller cousin that is the secondary growth of a …
July 3, 2013 - FOX40 Sacramento