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And while vertical grill grates might be narrow enough for hot dogs, but spell doom for asparagus, the diamond pattern grate cooks veggies without sacrificing a single Brussels sprout to gravity.
Vegetables include asparagus, avocado, carrot, cucumber, green onion and jalapenos.
The packages are prepared by the store’s chefs and include pesto risotto with summer spinach berry salad for $16.99, chicken piccata with sauteed asparagus and mushrooms for $16.99, and honey Dijon glazed salmon with green bean almondine for $18.99.
On September 30, 2016, the young mom was sitting near a campfire looking at her phone while cooking tuna steak and asparagus.
Other starters build on vegetables, such as roasted carrots and asparagus with a poached egg ($7) or kale, butternut squash, Parmesan and pumpkin seeds, with slices of chicken chorizo that supply the main seasoning ($6).
Almost makes up for the fact that local asparagus seems to be over.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — In a sea of green, blue and white shirts, Marcus Lattimore sits in the sunlit cafeteria of Heathwood Hall Episcopal School eating pinto beans, brown rice and asparagus.
What remained consistent between the two recipes is the addition of roasted red pepper, asparagus, jumbo lump crab meat and an herb butter sauce.
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Origin and Etymology of asparagus
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: a plant with long green stems and tiny leaves at one end that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable
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