- n. Plural form of gherkin.
“When gathered young, they are called gherkins: these, pickled, are much used in seasonings.”
“We used cornichons (small cucumbers or gherkins) that have been pickling for five months.”
“It is meat (beef or, as in our family, corned beef), potatoes and beetroot all mashed together, with a fried egg on top and (optional) little brown prawns, together with a few gherkins.”
“Refreshments between treatments come in the form of cranberry juice, pickled herring and gherkins.”
“The main dish, or bouilli — a platter of boiled meats and mixed vegetables — follows with gherkins and a variety of mustards and sauces alongside.”
“Tartare should be clean, sharp and, preferably, full of capers and gherkins.”
“Start by creating an image of a large jar of gherkins standing in the garden.”
“If you want to remember a list of household objects – gherkins, cottage cheese, sugar and other items – then visualise them in an unforgettable manner, he says.”
“Wonderful chopped liver ($6.50), studded with tiny slices of pickled gherkins, is slathered on top of more wonderful grilled bread.”
“Last week a senior CSU official likened FDP policies to those of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, continuing an exchange of invective in which the parties have branded each other "wild sows" and "a troop of gherkins.”
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My mom used to feed me this stuff, but I rarely get to eat it anymore.
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