savoy cabbage


sa·​voy cabbage sə-ˈvȯi- How to pronounce savoy cabbage (audio)
often capitalized S
: a cabbage with compact heads of wrinkled and curled leaves

Examples of savoy cabbage in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Kappes also cooked a roast saddle of venison with lingonberry sauce, savoy cabbage balls and potato roulade, foie gras on beetroot carpaccio, a Christmas cake, a traditional Croque en Bouche and various sweets with raspberries, a fruit that Diana loved. Tomris Laffly, Variety, 5 Nov. 2021 Who knew savoy cabbage could be a 10? Shaad D'souza, Bon Appétit, 21 Apr. 2021 For a more thorough cleaning, soak vegetables and fruits in a 10% white vinegar solution (one teaspoon vinegar to three cups water), which can lift soil particles off vegetables like kale, Swiss chard, savoy cabbage and fruit like peaches, apricots and nectarines. oregonlive, 11 Sep. 2020 What’s included: Romaine lettuce, shredded broccoli stalks, red and savoy cabbage, chili lime tortilla chips, green onion, carrot and uncured bacon. cleveland, 22 July 2021 Unity sells corn, tomatoes, squash, kale, Brussels sprouts, onions, savoy cabbage and hot peppers. Susan Dunne, Hartford Courant, 12 July 2022 In 2019, Wiser planted sorrel, white asparagus and savoy cabbage — all vegetables her German grandmother wanted. Janelle Bitker,, 16 Sep. 2020 Red Cabbage Slaw 1 small red cabbage 1 small savoy cabbage (optional) 1 cup celery seed dressing (recipe follows) 1. David Farkas, cleveland, 16 Mar. 2020 Sauerkraut adds a funky tang, while savoy cabbage melts down as a backbone to sausage and bacon. Kari Sonde, Washington Post, 19 Sep. 2019 See More

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Word History


translation of French chou de Savoie cabbage of Savoy

First Known Use

1707, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of savoy cabbage was in 1707

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“Savoy cabbage.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 4 Dec. 2023.

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