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  • I let it cook some longer this time so that the coconut milk was absorbed into the cauliflower and some of it broke down to form a coconuty-cauliflowery gravy - very good.

    Curried Cauliflower ♥ | A Veggie Venture

  • There was a balustrade of columns like those that were taken from old Kew Bridge and sold to support sun-dials; there were cauliflowery arabesques, and among the spiky foliage there were meaningless ponds of open-work made by gathering the threads of the linen together into wonderful patterns.

    Castellinaria and Other Sicilian Diversions

  • I adore pickles, especially the fat, cauliflowery bits.

    The Love Affairs of Pixie

  • As many as you like; but mostly onions, I am afraid, for we like the cauliflowery bits best, and poke about with the fork to get them out first.

    A Houseful of Girls

  • "The MINISTER for AGRICULTURE," I said, desiring to put GARDNER at his ease, "would be fully justified in using cauliflowery language."

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 104, March 4, 1893

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  • Warts can pop up literally overnight, appearing out of nowhere to stick out their cauliflowery little noses at us in sheer defiance.
    Joe Graedon, 1996, The People's Pharmacy

    February 13, 2008