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  • Now we'll let them sell it to you in their own words The Endive is a simple one.

    The Muslim Question 2

  • Endive leaves + smoked salmon + lemon juice + chopped dill + olive oil

    Anna Watson Carl: Tasty Nibbles for Last-Minute Holiday Entertaining

  • Now is the time to prepare JIM CRAMER, lightly-sauteed and oven-finished, in a nice sherry-based cream sauce with pearl onions and button mushrooms; Serve with wild rice and served on a bed of delicately-steamed Belgian Endive leaves.

    Matthew Yglesias » Cramer Misquotes Lenin, Too

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal, Styling by Anne Cardenas Curly endive, apple and celery root salad with pork belly Curly Endive, Apple and Celery Root Salad With Pork Belly At Flour + Water in San Francisco, chef Thomas McNaughton welcomes autumn with an artful arrangement of frisée and apples set atop a warm celery root purée and crowned with a crunchy wedge of pork belly.

    Dressed for Fall

  • Gratin of Belgian Endive With Applewood Smoked Bacon, a side dish that's good with roasted chicken or turkey.

    Chat Leftovers: The yolk's on you

  • Endive leaves not too big—a two-bite leaf with a teaspoon of salmon caviar mounded at the end so that you get a bite of endive/caviar and then a second bite of just endive.

    The City Cook

  • Endive, walnut, and apple salad with lemon vinaigrette


  • Endive, artichoke hearts, and proscuitto salad with lemon-mustard vinaigrette


  • Among their salads are Fennel and Endive Salad: julienned fennel, crispy endive with candied walnuts and gorgonzola cheese tossed with a homemade honey-mustard dressing, as well as Southwestern Chicken Salad: grilled chili-rubbed chicken, red onion, tomatoes, avocado, cheddar cheese, blue corn chips tossed with romaine lettuce and drizzled with a spicy chipotle-ranch dressing.

    Stone Fire Pizza – The New Culinary Gem on L.A.’s Restaurant Row

  • Depending on where you come from, you'll know this as Witlof, Endive, Belgian Endive, White Endive - whatever the name, it refers to this conical shape vegetable, a tight head of white leaves tinged with a light yellowy-green edge.

    Archive 2009-02-01


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