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  • Behind that is broccoli calabrese, which is going to need transplanting soon, I suspect (that, or I'll be snipping very small florets), and to the left is, uh ... not sure.

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  • I steam purple sprouting for 4 minutes, white for 3 and the thicker-stemmed calabrese broccoli for about 5, depending on the size of the florets.

    Nigel Slater's white sprouting

  • And of course the recipes are not only interchangeable with the usual stuff but with the easily accessible bunches of green calabrese (broccoli), too.

    Nigel Slater's white sprouting

  • The bucatini has my vote as the best in the house, but frequent visitors are also partial to the rigatoni calabrese $20, a holdover from the old menu.

    The New Portobello Restaurant: Deceptively Simple | The Disney Blog

  • Domenico Raso offers a plausible theory of Crassuss military works in the Aspromonte Mountains in Domenico Raso, TINNARIA: Antiche opere militari sullo Zomaro, Calabria sonosciuta 37 (JanuaryMarch 1987): 79102, and Domenico Raso, Zomaro: La montagna dei sette popoli, tra i misteri della montagna calabrese (Reggio di Calabria: Laruffa, 2001).

    The Spartacus War

  • Even more delicious with calabrese or tenderstem broccoli!

    pasta with cauliflower, walnuts and feta | smitten kitchen

  • FL'ORA WATCH Vincent Calabrese's eye-catching ladies 'watch features jumping roses. $6,000; vincent-calabrese. ch.

    The Good Life: Gift Guide

  • I had the Natalina pizza - tomato, mozzarella, roasted red peppers, hot calabrese salami and garlic.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • I didn't know until last week that it was called calabrese.

    you say tomato

  • Arrange potato slices over the top, then layer on the calabrese sausage.

    Calabrese Potato Provolone Pizza

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