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  • n. Plural form of celery.


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  • All right, and then you move over to the sweet potato casserole, 276 celeries and six grams of fat because for the casserole you've added stuff.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2007

  • But then, when he turns his attention to short ribs, braised so that they are so silken and tender they are unlike anything you've had before, served with juicy rare slices of hanger steak and a red wine sauce with "two celeries," all thoughts of vegetarianism are dismissed in one taste.

    The Show Moved to 65th Street, the Food Is Another Story

  • Now it sank down into a bed of celeries, crushing them under its great bulk.


  • In their place, monstrous celeries and parsleys grew, and it was into a bed of these that the traverser settled.


  • 'No proper trees grow here,' Flor protested, as they pushed among giant celeries whose crests waved high above their heads.


  • The humans saw its distorted eye break from the celeries.


  • Overhead, silver blobs against a purple sky, the traverses drifted, walking their networks, descending only occasionally to celeries far below.


  • In the winter you will take four celeries, four leeks, two turnips, a cabbage, two onions, pepper and salt, two-penny-worth of bones, and about five and one-half quarts of water.

    The Belgian Cookbook

  • Clean two big carrots and cut them into small pieces, the same for two turnips, four leeks, two celeries, and a good green cabbage, only using the pale leaves.

    The Belgian Cookbook

  • Add then six or eight chopped shallots, the hearts of two celeries chopped, a few small and whole carrots, pepper, salt, two cloves.

    The Belgian Cookbook


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