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A dish like roasted Green Circle chicken breast with charred broccoli, fingerlings, Castelvetrano gremolata and Anita’s coconut yogurt is typical.
Workers at Nokesville’s Yankey Farms plant broccoli in early August.
Meanwhile, stir together broccoli slaw mix, scallion, pickled okra, Greek yogurt, olive oil, and apple cider vinegar.
Organizers expect to produce a variety of produce, including tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and kale.
Snap peas, kohlrabi, and broccoli spigarello are tossed with a lemongrass dressing that stars the sour Turkish pepper urfa biber.
The salmon, edamame, rice and broccoli were all fully cooked — not quite as fast as a microwave, but without the soggy texture and hot-and-cold spots that can result from nuking meals.
Add the broccoli, divided equally for each serving.
Sorry McDonald's. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa linebacker Jacquez Jones, an SEC recruit, has distanced himself from the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, his favorite fast-food snack, in favor of apples and oranges, broccoli and asparagus.
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A fast-growing, upright, branched, annual plant, broccoli bears dense green clusters of edible flower buds. Native to the eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor, it was introduced to the US probably in colonial times. Broccoli thrives in moderate to cool climates. Its flavor resembles that of cabbage but is somewhat milder. It is one of the most broadly nutritious of all common vegetables and is a plant that is closely related to cabbage in the mustard family.
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First Known Use: 1699See Words from the same year
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