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  • This rich vinaigrette will cut the bitterness of hearty late-season lettuces such as frisée, chicory, and radicchio.

    THE ARROWS COOKBOOK

  • Place a handful of outer leaves from four bunches of mixed chicories like escarole, fris é e, radicchio and curly endive in a bowl along with leaves separated from the base of 1 Belgian endive and add some olive oil, salt, pepper, a splash of water and mix.

    A Guide to Loving Winter Greens

  • The lobster and crabmeat salad is prepared with fris

    Hidden Gem: Bergdorf Goodman's Bar III

  • Go for the three-course meal, $28, and start with the poached egg and fris é e salad.

    Fashionable Mainstay

  • He knew, with a fris son of premonition, that it was up to him to win this battle, and every dark fear he had ever had of his own inadequacy rose up to confront him.

    Dearly Beloved

  • The co-founder of Apple Computer, Stephen Wozniak, recalls that it began with a series of lost dogs ‚ – a runaway husky, a roving Shar-Pei, a wayward bichon fris ‚ àö √ †.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Woz, RFIDs, Lost Dogs

  • She felt a spark of danger, yet sensed only the tiniest chill of fear as they passed one another: part dread, part a fris son of excitement she associated only with the pleasure of Christmas that was almost upon them: a touch of peace in the boiling cauldron.

    Bottled Spider

  • Being Maia, she might have enjoyed the fris son of risk.

    A Body In The Bath House

  • Even in her present state of mind, his sudden appearance overwhelmed her, sending a fris son through her body and filling her mind with sensual images.

    Lawman Lover

  •  A fris son of awareness tingled across her skin, and she shivered slightly, despite the warmth of the night.

    Falcon's Prey

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