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Specialties: The Dandylion features vegetarian chili topped with tortilla chips, fresh diced tomatoes and scallions on top of a bed of greens and quinoa served with shaved cheddar and green goddess dressing.
Add a snowy peak of scallion cream cheese, some sliced onions and summer tomatoes, a scattering of capers and a few other niceties.
Arctic Organics will have a ton of other green stuff as well: baby and bunched arugula, greens mix, scallions, Easter Egg radishes, pac choi, rhubarb, sorrel, mizuna, chives, sage, basil, and butter, romaine and leaf lettuces.
Poké came about when fishermen were looking for a way to use the trimmings from their daily catch, feeding their families a mix of deep-red ahi tuna tossed with soy sauce, sesame oil, sea salt and scallion.
The vegetable is salted and then usually rubbed with chili powder, garlic, ginger and scallions.
Sprinkle with the scallions and toasted sesame seed and finish each salad with a few cilantro leaves.
Arctic Organics will have some fresh veggies at this week's market, including various leaf lettuces, baby arugula, greens mix, scallions, chives and pac choi.
Uncover pot, stir in vinegar, and top with squash and scallions.
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Origin and Etymology of scallion
Middle English scaloun, from Anglo-French scalun, escaloin, from Vulgar Latin *escalonia, from Latin ascalonia (caepa) onion of Ascalon, from feminine of ascalonius of Ascalon, from Ascalon-, Ascalo Ascalon, seaport in ancient Palestine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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