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  • n. Alternative spelling of rugelach.
  • n. arugula


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  • Arugula is a peppery tasting salad green also called rocket, roquette, rugula, or rucola, depending on where you live.

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  • F. rugula does not take well to being ground down by an iceberg.

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  • Arugula: Also called rocket, roquette, rugula and rucola, arugula is a bitterish, aromatic salad green with a peppery mustard flavor.

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  • Let's make it a Triple AAA, A+++ month with three of spring's vanguards, A-sparagus, A-rtichokes and A-rugula.


  • Nashville Scene Bites on F. Scott's: Their grilled six-ounce burger is served on an English muffin and topped with gouda, aioli, rugula, and grilled Roma tomato halves.

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  • My Aunt Eve and Uncle Jeff Golden, thank you again for all sorts of things, but Uncle Jeff, please don’t buy me rugula ever again.

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