Recent Examples of iceberg lettuce from the Web
Once again, the vegetables — forgettable iceberg lettuce, pinkish tomatoes, floppy pickle slices — disappointed.
My family eats sushi probably once a week, dropping about forty bucks on our standard delivery order -- some salmon sashimi, a salmon skin roll, a few spicy roll combos, plus the obligatory side salad of iceberg lettuce with orange ginger dressing.
Expect authentic Mexican dishes rather than a place to hole up for margaritas, salsa and chips and iceberg lettuce garnishes.
Even at a fast food joint like In-N-Out, Taylor goes for the bread-free burger option that’s wrapped in iceberg lettuce.
Her family ate canned chop suey, frozen fish sticks and iceberg lettuce with Wishbone dressing, but there was also applesauce from backyard trees and fresh corn, tomatoes and rhubarb from a victory garden that her parents kept up after the victory.
In the restaurant, Paper Daisy, Noma alum Ben Devlin showcases innovative dishes that make the most of the area’s offerings, such as the prawn roll with avocado, mayo, and iceberg lettuce, and the paper bark–grilled cod with onion and seaweed.
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ICEBERG LETTUCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of iceberg lettuce for English Language Learners
: a type of light green lettuce that is often eaten in salads
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