Examples of lettuce in a Sentence
I like a little lettuce and tomato on my sandwiches.
Recent Examples of lettuce from the Web
To embrace its crisp texture, eat it raw: as a unique salad accompaniment, a replacement for lettuce or pickles on a sandwich, or to artfully top a bowl of soup.
In a large bowl combine the green papaya, carrot threads, herbs, and romaine lettuce.
Customers first choose a base from five options: sushi rice, black rice, quinoa, zucchini noodles or romaine lettuce.
Federal and state health officials had previously traced the lettuce to farms in the Yuma region, including Harrison Farms.
Additional items for sale include basil, summer squash, flowers and possibly melons and lettuce, according to the Center for Land-Based Learning, the group that runs the Urban Farms program.
Tommy Shive, the 2017 winner of the World Burger Championship, suggests placing lettuce on the bottom bun to keep it from getting soggy.
The chief pollinators of the lettuce garden that the farming pioneer Frank Bienkowski planted more than 200 years ago, the bees go hand-in-hand with the fresh produce offered on the menu throughout the summer season.
But during the investigation into this particular outbreak, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wasn't able to link the romaine lettuce outbreak to a single grower, harvester, processor, or distributor.
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Origin and Etymology of lettuce
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Definition of lettuce for English Language Learners
: a plant that has large leaves that are eaten especially in salads
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History for lettuce
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