Did you mayhaps mean sparge?
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“The idea is very simple, and is well illustrated in the post using "spargel" as an example: Whenever I get the chance to practice my German with a native speaker, there is ...”
“In any case, after the market I just went home about 2 pm and peeled and steamed about 10 spargel spears, and then took them out and put them in a bowl, with a little salt, pepper, EVOO, and balsamic vinegar.”
“I went to the farmers 'market, and shopped around for some spargel.”
“Just put the spargel viniagrette on a plate, with some hard brown bread to boonge up the juice, and that was a mighty fine supper.”
“The EYM and I had it boiled, cold marinated in viniagrette, creamed in soup, and then sauteed in butter (different spargel; not the same spargel).”
“Rather, I meant that spargel plays a culturally central role in south German gastronomy, at least as important, and maybe more so, as sweet corn in the southern and midwestern U.S.”
“Hoping to see how they do it over here, I scampered (waddled, actually; lunch had been a really nice schnitzel with spargel and hollandaise and big boiled potatoes) over to demonstration.”
“He gave (gave!) me some spices, and lots of advice on cooking spargel.”
“To get to the bottom of what spargel is once and for all, I just searched for it.”
“I would never think of slapping spargel in between two slices of bread.”
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