escarole (ĕsˌkərōlˈ) [key]: see chicory.
The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.
Related content from HighBeam Research on: escarole
escarole (Vegetarian Times)
Escarole; In season.(Recipe)(Brief article) (New York)
Winter Greens: Try Endive, Radicchio, and Escarole in These Warm, Simple Dishes (Sunset)
Escarole Italian-style. (recipe) (Sunset's Kitchen Cabinet) (Column) (Sunset)
Escarole and kohlrabi salad with truffles and argan oil. (Serves 6).(Recipe) (Art Culinaire)
Arugula or escarole? (Grocery Headquarters)
Taming the Bitter Greens (Sunset)
Greens to Envy. (Restaurants & Institutions)
Creative Casserole: Use Up a Day-Old Loaf for a Savory Rendition of Classic Bread Pudding (Sunset)
Hot out of the Wok, These Are Stir-Fry Salads (Sunset)
Additional search results provided by HighBeam Research, LLC. © Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.
About Infoplease, Part of Family Education Network
© 2000–2013 Pearson Education, publishing as Infoplease