from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
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A creamy, crunchy, chivey butcher's salad enlivened by Granny Smith apples.
"We have, sir," said Ned, "but, plase goodness, they'll soon be lashed like hounds from the place -- the town boys are preparing to give them a chivey some fine morning out of the country."
It was chivey with the faintest tang of cayenne, a beautiful deep golden colour, and a great texture - squidgy but light.
$24: Shone Farm again proves its extraordinary potential for this grape, with a classic peppery, chivey green profile amid rich apple, nectarine and vibrant lime peel.
"The attack, sir! no, but the chivey we got over the mountains.