Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fiddlehead.

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Examples

  • At Seattle chef Matt Dillon's restaurants, almost everything ends up in a pickling jar: tomatoes, plums, beets, eggs, fiddleheads and then some.

    White Anchovies With Pickled Spring Carrots and a Six-Minute Egg

  • Boil fiddleheads for 2 minutes, until tender but not mushy.

    Meet the Meaty Veggies

  • Drain the fiddleheads, then add to the butter and cook on medium heat until heated through.

    Meet the Meaty Veggies

  • Assemble the dish: Serve each soufflé alongside a portion of fiddleheads.

    Meet the Meaty Veggies

  • To assemble the dish: Serve each soufflé alongside a portion of fiddleheads.

    White Anchovies With Pickled Spring Carrots and a Six-Minute Egg

  • Well, because the people that name vegetables apparently were lacking in inspiration when they discovered these immature ferns, they're called fiddleheads, due to their resemblance to a certain string instrument's top.

    Greening Up

  • In the end you'll have delicious, asparagussy tasting tender fiddleheads with the tiniest bit of charred goodness and no hint of anything that will make you sick!

    Greening Up

  • In the end you'll have delicious, asparagussy tasting tender fiddleheads with the tiniest bit of charred goodness and no hint of anything that will make you sick!

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Well, because the people that name vegetables apparently were lacking in inspiration when they discovered these immature ferns, they're called fiddleheads, due to their resemblance to a certain string instrument's top.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Boil fiddleheads for 2 minutes, until tender but not mushy.

    White Anchovies With Pickled Spring Carrots and a Six-Minute Egg

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