American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A plant (Brassica oleracea var. gongylodes) in the mustard family, having a thick basal part of the stem that is eaten as a vegetable. Also called turnip cabbage.
- From the German Kohlrabi, from Kohl ("cabbage") + Italian rape ("turnips"), from cavoli rape, the plural of cavolo rapa (cole rape). (Wiktionary)
- German (partial translation of Italian cavoli rape) : Kohl, cabbage (from Middle High German kōl, from Old High German, from Latin caulis) + Italian rape, pl. of rapa, turnip. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Sauteed in garlic butter with crawfish and kohlrabi is a cajun delicacy.”
“Cooked kohlrabi is simmered in a flavorful coconut paste in this wonderful Konkani recipe.”
“Fat bulbs of kohlrabi from the farmers market on Saturday, they held well in the refrigerator”
“But there was only a single, solitary kohlrabi, which is now already half eaten ... so I doubt I will need any elaborate recipies to get rid of it.”
“Cindy Brown at Green Spring Gardens west of Alexandria grows lots of cabbage-family plants, as I mentioned last week, but the kohlrabi is the easiest to cultivate.”
“The kohlrabi is a cool-season veggie that matures in a short 45 to 60 days, far sooner than its cousins the cabbage and Brussels sprouts.”
“If you're not familiar with the plant called kohlrabi you must visit Delectable Victuals where Sheela will give you some good information about this tasty vegetable.”
“I mean, how can you not interact with something called kohlrabi and not want to find out how that tastes?”
“Brussels sprouts, cauliflowers and cabbages, as well as interesting and delicious veg such as kohlrabi,”
“So this yearI might get a chance to grow some root veggies (carrots and kohlrabi!) andvining plants (beans)!”
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