dandelion green

NOUN
  1. edible leaves of the common dandelion collected from the wild; used in salads and in making wine
  2. the foliage of the dandelion plant
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  • It's like, I'm sure my life would be better if I ate only dandelion greens and listened to Buxtehude (if only I could toss off the word "Buxtehude" in casual conversation, which is (a) very erudite and (b) really fun to say), but right now I'd like to eat pork chops and watch "Glee. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • In the fall, mushrooms, ripe with the smells of earth and rain and falling leaves; in the spring, mixed found vegetables--dandelion greens, purslane, and lamb's-quarters, cooked in a stew with garlic and hot pepper--with farm eggs poached on top; in the winter, cranberry bean soup cooked in a terra-cotta pot with the rinds of Parmesan cheese; and in the summer, fried zucchini flowers, crisp and aromatic as the early morning air in the mountains. Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Eugenia Bone, Food Writer and Journalist
  • What: Dandelion greens, bulbs of garlic on the stalk, a whisk, the word "cochon" pig in French and a boar's head on a platter tattoo that will become a full sleeve with Wilton's favourite fresh herbs and vegetables. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Incorporate into your diet more shitake mushrooms, figs, beets, beet tops, papayas, mung beans, licorice, sea cucumbers, garlic, walnuts, litchi fruits, mulberries, and dandelion greens.
  • The lamb stew is another great, rib-sticking dish, chock-full of artichokes, roasted tomatoes, dandelion greens, and fresh mint.
  • In the fall, mushrooms, ripe with the smells of earth and rain and falling leaves; in the spring, mixed found vegetables--dandelion greens, purslane, and lamb's-quarters, cooked in a stew with garlic and hot pepper--with farm eggs poached on top; in the winter, cranberry bean soup cooked in a terra-cotta pot with the rinds of Parmesan cheese; and in the summer, fried zucchini flowers, crisp and aromatic as the early morning air in the mountains. Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Eugenia Bone, Food Writer and Journalist
  • A crossroads pointed the way to innumerable destinations: Honeysuckle Wood, Cowslip Meadow, Dandelion Green, and, less rustically the Suburbs.
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