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- n. mangelwurzel
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as mangel-wurzel.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. beet with a large yellowish root; grown chiefly as cattle feed
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I hope E.G. R. will, however, not insist on classing those who say and write "mangold" with those who would write "reddishes, sparrowgrass, and cowcumbers."
I should be sorry to be suspected of any one of the three last; but "mangold" I will say and write till the authority of the best
Italian flag pasta – tossed with pesto and fried mangold on top, tossed with butter and parmesan on top, and tossed with tomato sauce and more of the [...]
Big box: Abura-age (fried tofu), celery, cherry tomatoes, mangold with soy sauce, pickled chiles and cucumbers and tamagoyaki slices.
Italian flag pasta – tossed with pesto and fried mangold on top, tossed with butter and parmesan on top, and tossed with tomato sauce and more of the same sauce on top.
Presto pasta nights: Penne with mangold, feta, and onions « Were rabbits
Presto pasta nights: Penne with mangold, feta, and onions
Not your typical Rowland Hilder either ... quite often purchased as a 'Boots' print and featuring tip-carts, mangold wurzles, oast houses and wintery trees they're even disappearing from the car boot sales as the 'ironic decor' set pick up prints of The Green Girl along with the quintessentially English RH.
I bought plenty of veggies yesterday but somehow neglected to buy anything green except for the mangold so I had to dress this up with parsley!
Was it to, you know, replace opium poppies with mangold wurzels or something?
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