fennel : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  any of several aromatic herbs having edible seeds and leaves and stems
  • n  aromatic bulbous stem base eaten cooked or raw in salads
  • n  leaves used for seasoning
  • n  fennel seeds are ground and used as a spice or as an ingredient of a spice mixture

  • Historically, the chief ingredients licorice, Malabar nut, hyssop, tea, peppermint, fennel and eucalyptus had to be boiled for hours, but manufacturers Qarshi Industries .
  • The test tubes alongside it, however, contained fennel juice.
  • 1 cup sliced fennel cup canned tomatoes 4 cups chicken stock cup cilantro leaves Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper.
News & Articles

  • At Bistro Napa, June 27 farm-to-table dinner hosted by RGJ food editor
    For porchetta, the boneless Italian pork roast, Reno's Butcher Boy Specialy Meats provided juicy suckling pig. / Richard Stokes/RGJ Sand Hill Farmstead Cheese of Fallon, Northern Nevada's only artisan cheese maker, supplied queso fresco and cream cheese for a beet tartare, Rangoon won ton and fennel salad trio.
    June 19, 2013 - Reno Gazette-Journal

  • Gordon Ramsay in The Age
    Here's how Gordon Ramsay explains a recipe: "Poach the %$%#@ salmon in a large %$%#@ saucepan, then add the %$%#@ shredded fennel, %$%#@ ME!"
  • Robert Pollard in NME.com
    We got the band back together. Not the original line-up - the classic line-up,he told Spinner. "It's better than the original line-up. Tobin Sprout and Mitch Mitchell [guitars], Kevin Fennel [drums] and Greg Demos [bass]."
  • Gregg Wallace in Independent
    It's a great shame we don't use fennel more,says Gregg Wallace, the verbose Masterchef judge and owner of restaurant Wallace & Co, which opened last month with the aim of providing fresh, seasonal meals. "The Italians use it a lot, and...

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