sun·​choke ˈsən-ˌchōk How to pronounce sunchoke (audio)

Examples of sunchoke in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Locally owned Treeline Kitchen serves plates of vegetable curry and BBQ pork and beans alongside a menu of craft cocktails, while gourmet pizzas with toppings like roasted red grapes and sunchokes are the norm at High Mountain Pies. Laura Kiniry, Smithsonian Magazine, 6 June 2023 At Claud, domestic country ham is served with sunchokes and red-eye mayo. Tori Latham, Robb Report, 2 June 2023 Jerusalem artichokes, also called sunchokes, are a prebiotic food rich in inulin fiber, which is undigestible and reaches the colon to feed and support a flourishing gut microbiome, Sharafi says. Women's Health, 5 Apr. 2023 Caviar currently stars in a dish of seared red snapper with sunchoke confit and a saffron citrus beurre blanc. Paul Stephen, San Antonio Express-News, 9 Mar. 2022 Roasted baby beets were tossed in a subtly sweet roasted garlic and tahini vinaigrette and garnished with sunchoke crisps, shaved raw beet and super-fresh mizuna. Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 Feb. 2021 This exuberantly large perennial plant, with its broad, furry, gray-green leaves, is, botanically, Smallanthus sonchifolius, a relative of sunchoke (Jerusalem artichoke) and sunflower. Pam Peirce,, 15 Jan. 2021 Who else is serving raw slices of sunchoke as a tender-crisp garnish? San Diego Union-Tribune, 29 Nov. 2020 Take-out options also include Chilean sea bass with sunchoke puree. Ramona Saviss, The Hollywood Reporter, 3 Apr. 2020

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Word History

First Known Use

1955, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of sunchoke was in 1955

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“Sunchoke.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 May. 2024.

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