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  • This family includes the red-leafed, Chioggia-type radicchios, the green-leafed endives (including the frilly frisee varieties) and the delicate, crisp escarole.

    Groundwork: Chicory that's rad

  • I noticed a description of another cheese available through the La Casearia Web site: Cacio Delizia Radicchio, which incorporates into its paste bits of the vibrant red-leafed chicory for which Treviso is famous.

    Say Cheese: Love that cantina smell

  • Fifty years ago my mother and father planted a red-leafed Japanese maple tree in front of the house they had just built in Pennsylvania.

    Grow, Memory

  • Like Mr. Passard, Mr. Gilmore maintains his own 10-acre garden, where he also experiments with obscure produce such as red-leafed radishes or miniature sour Mexican cucumbers.

    The Rise of Chefs Down Under

  • Taking the horses by the bridles, she led them away from the road to a clearing that was partially screened by a high hedge of red-leafed bushes.

    Stalling

  • Flor de cimal: This small, red-leafed herb that grows at the base of the maguey - century plant - is incorporated into tamale dough in the traditional country cooking of the Sierra Oriental, whose indigenous population gathers and cooks with a wide variety of wild herbs.

    A Culinary Guide to Mexican Herbs: Las Hierbas de Cocina

  • About ten-thirty the next morning — a beautiful, crisp, red-leafed autumn Saturday — Clare arrived in a Chevy Suburban that Dale knew was not hers.

    A Winter Haunting

  • Yellow - and red-leafed bushes were scattered along the sides of the streambed at the bottom of the gorge.

    Darksong Rising

  • And a ragged, red-leafed weed overran old cellars.

    Daybreak 2250 AD

  • First in importance as a point of shipment is Foo-chow-foo, whence are exported, in addition to the red-leafed

    St. Nicholas, Vol. 5, No. 4, February 1878

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