Recent Examples of chicory from the Web
For a targeted quick fix, look to Ilia’s twist-up Cucumber Stick, which calls on cucumber pulp and chicory-root extract to fight puffiness and reduce redness.
The 10-course menu will include smoked and braised brisket, greens, chicory salad, and more.
Now, just 25 miles to the southeast, Field and Okamoto grow specialty chicory, greens, and radicchio for some of the city’s finest restaurants.
Diners drink Abita root beer or coffee brewed with chicory, tasting of roasted earth.
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Origin and Etymology of chicory
alteration of Middle English cicoree, from Anglo-French, from Latin cichoreum, from Greek kichoreia
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
CHICORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chicory for English Language Learners
: a European plant that has bitter-tasting leaves that are often used in salads
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