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  • Shanghai bok choi is smaller than regular bok choi and has a gorgeous jade green color.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Chinese Fast Food

  • After wash up and vacuum and with the vehicle shining as new, the kids christened it 'choi', a street lingo popular among youngsters to describe something which is acceptable, nice looking and new.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • Lainie: "choi" sounds familiar … what does it mean again?

    Popagandhi

  • Spring greens are in season and readily available, but you can use pak choi or spinach if you prefer.

    Angela Harnett's salmon in ginger and lemongrass broth

  • Perhaps it is the influence of his Chinese wife, but the cuisine was decidedly fusion, with dishes including Szechuan chicken served with pak choi or with a mixed green salad, tat soy (spinach mustard) and mizuna (Japanese greens).

    Getting Into Another Fine Mezze

  • Our garlic will be ready by Christmas; we've three cauliflower; the leaves are huge; over a foot long, but the head has not formed; Do you think they will 'flower' or should we simply resign ourselves to using the leaves in similar manner to boc-choi etc ...

    Today's Garden

  • Quarter Branch is back with its fall harvest of pak choi, Swiss chard, cilantro and basil and beets, radishes, sweet turnips and sweet, tender shelling peas.

    Market Roundup: Sept 30-Oct. 7

  • June 20, 2009 at 09: 52 PM lt. dan choi really brought this issue home for a lot of americans - who may not have otherwise even thought about this issue. he's hot too!!!

    Not asking; telling

  • Of the devastation, most of the young lettuce was unsalvageable and is either now buried or composted; the same goes for quite a bit of the extra-dwarf bok choi that was in the bed.

    In case anyone was wondering...

  • The bok choi are a little more hardy, however, and the survivors seem to be thriving.

    In case anyone was wondering...

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