Recent Examples of spinach from the Web
The Whispering Beard grilled cheese was good, with mushrooms, spinach, pepper jack and ranch on Health Nut.
Before long, rows of spinach, sour leaf and other vegetables had been planted and were growing behind the church building.
Eat foods like spinach, egg yolk and red bell pepper.
I’ve embraced raised beds, composting, garden snakes, and growing Malabar spinach.
Eat foods that are high in Vitamin K. Vitamin K, which is found in foods like broccoli, kale, spinach, and brown rice, helps the body absorb clots of pooled blood, including those causing your hickey.
A spinach salad with hot bacon dressing, a once-ubiquitous choice, is rarely seen these days, so this was a nice retro dish and a good one.
But there’s also an extended happy hour that features a stellar cheeseburger ($7) along with the usual bar fare of wings and spinach-artichoke dip.
The brunch menu from the food truck includes fruit salad, potato poutine, sausage, egg and cheese sandwich, cinnamon flapjacks, and a spinach, bacon and cheese omelet.
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Origin and Etymology of spinach
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
SPINACH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spinach for English Language Learners
: a plant with dark green leaves that are eaten as a vegetable
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