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  • n. Plural form of endive.


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  • Grill or broil until the endives are a deep golden brown and the radicchio is lightly browned on both sides, about 5 minutes on each side.


  • Sure, bagged "spring" lettuce resides there, but we prefer to seek variety from cabbages and hearty greens from the chicory family such as endives, frisee, radicchio and escarole. - News

  • Start with hare in its own borsch and ravioli, followed by pink roasted squab with glacé endives, then cream of goat cheese with strawberry red wine sorbet and basil.

    Beat this: what's new in the Balearics

  • Hedone Hedone's 50-days-aged rib of beef with endives, horseradish mash and beef jus.

    A Revelation in Chiswick

  • On the night I dined at Hedone, he was serving 45-days-aged Black Angus beef with endives and fresh horseradish.

    A Revelation in Chiswick

  • They grow strawberries and Moscato grapes along with a large assortment of vegetables, including cauliflower, corn, artichokes, peppers, tomatoes, broccoli rabe, asparagus, fava beans, garlic and endives—all organic.

    A Modern Country Homestead

  • It was served alongside a rich, creamy potato gratin and perfectly sautéed endives.

    Jamie Schler: A Side Trip to Lyons: Le Bouchon

  • This family includes the red-leafed, Chioggia-type radicchios, the green-leafed endives (including the frilly frisee varieties) and the delicate, crisp escarole.

    Groundwork: Chicory that's rad

  • Throwing a hell-themed wedding for a stranger, complete with pitchforks in the endives, would have been exciting!

    Chelsea Clinton's wedding is a waste of celebrity

  • In another dish, endives are slowly caramelized and mixed with fresh walnuts, sweet roasted pear and purple sprouted broccoli to create a delicate tart.

    Putting Vegetables on Top


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