wild garlic

NOUN
  1. pungent Old World weedy plant
  2. pungent Old World wild onion
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How To Use wild garlic In A Sentence

  • Baked Scottish Salmon with Seashore Vegetables, Broad Beans, Herb Garden Salad, Mayonnaise and Wild Garlic-scented Irish Soda bread.
  • June was _as beautiful as it can possibly be in the most favoured climate_, and though, according to Captain King, wild garlic, cellery, and nettles, were gathered for his crew in the month of May. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
  • The other side of Oak Beck is a damp patch of sweet and sour - wild garlic, and growing through it, naturalised skunk cabbages that resemble giant lords and ladies but with a bright yellow sheath around the spike.
  • Full-flavoured spring salads, soups and stir-fries, featuring peppery watercress and pungent spinach, or spring greens garnished with wild garlic, need a notch up in wine flavour, especially if you are going to add a zesty sauce.
  • Wild garlic, also known as ramsons, thrives in damp woods and beside semi-shaded hedgerows. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bluebells in the woods, the primroses and wild garlic, were exquisite. Times, Sunday Times
  • We saw a lot of wild garlic, scabia, buddleia, bird's-foot trefoil and greater knapweed. Country diary: Longburton, Dorset
  • I'm going to paint among the wild flowers of oak woods - primroses, bluebells, anemones and wild garlic, above an estuary as the tide ebbs and flows.
  • I've spent hours on my wild garlic pesto recipe. Times, Sunday Times
  • To make a wild garlic pesto, put a handful of blanched leaves into a blender with walnuts, a slug of olive oil and some crumbled farmhouse cheddar. Times, Sunday Times
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