arugula

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n arugula erect European annual often grown as a salad crop to be harvested when young and tender
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Usage

In literature:

Sprouted in early October, arugula still may reach eating size in midwinter.
"Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway" by Steve Solomon
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In news:

Arugula salad with chevre and a grilled peach at St Lawrence.
Add fried egg and garnish with radish, radish tops, pickled scallions, arugula, and ham scraps.
Container baby arugula 1 15-oz.
From start (Lee Styer's veal sweetbreads with arugula, Asian pear and cinnamon gastrique) to finish (Jessie Prawlucki's coffee-liqueur soufflé, the cooking at Fond is superb.
Angel Hair Pasta With Roasted Garlic and Arugula Grant Butler/The Oregonian.
To create a terrific vegetarian main course, Michael Symon of Cleveland's Lola tosses quinoa with arugula, apples, raisins and fresh herbs, then spoons the salad into a halved baked squash (a great source of iron and vitamins A and C).
Trout is served with risotto and arugula at Wolfgang Puck Bistro CHRISTOPHER SMITH/ Tulsa World.
Leafy greens , like red and green romaine, mizuna, baby arugula, and baby spinach, are hand picked from the fields and delivered to Tender Greens daily.
Mustard greens , arugula or curly endive could be substituted.
One of Chef Kristina Scrivani's specialties, empanadas, rank among the most popular goodies at the deli counter, as do the stuffed mini baguettes, including fig-manchego-arugula and apple-brie.
Farro acts as a base to the peaches, backed up by smoky bacon, fresh peppers, creamy, tangy feta, charred onions and peppery arugula.
At Tables recently, I enjoyed a plate of beef carpaccio (pictured) topped with tart kumquats and crunchy, bitter arugula.
Today's is one of the best uses of arugula we've ever tried.
Apple, Brie & Arugula Panini .
Cranberry relish, arugula give this sandwich a great lift.
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