In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- But the beauty of most edible plants - nettles, dandelions, alexanders, fat hen, sorrel - is that they are so prolific they are considered a nuisance.
- There is food if you know where to find it: clusters of mussels and clumps of wild mountain sorrel.
- They have persuaded us that if you can only start with a perfect sorrel leaf and a few freshly podded peas, the rest will surely follow.
- Vegetables were not cultivated, but came in the form of wild carrots, turnip and garlic, along with salad leaves such as sorrel, nettle and dock.
- Herbs such as wild garlic, sorrel and lamb's tongue grew wild but others like mint, mustard were also grown near the house for daily use.
- Gunn Eriksen had already been approached to write a book of her recipes, which use local produce and unexpected ingredients such as hawthorn, nettle and sorrel.
- Other disasters include sorrel that grew well but attracted a nasty black beetle, valerian that soon dwarfed the conifer it was expected to complement, and strawberries.
- Along the way we stopped as I spotted dock and sorrel and the broad leaves of plantain beneath our horse's hooves.
- Fagopyrum esculentum, a plant of the same family as rhubarb, sorrel, and dock, is grown for its seeds; these resemble those of cereals.
- There is always room to include Italian and curly parsley, sorrel, salad burnet, mustard, chard, and kale greens.
- If you know someone with an established sorrel plant, ask for a small cutting.
- While soil temperatures are still warm, fertilize leafy greens like spinach, corn salad & sorrel so that they have enough nutrients to take them through the fall.
- Its simple to grow and is closely related to wild dock and sorrel, is classed as a vegetable but treated as a fruit.
- Together with dill, sorrel and summer savory, parsley was one of the herbs grown in every garden.
- Common sorrel or ‘sourocks’, is an underused and under-appreciated herb.
- The vegie garden looks pretty sad on a hot day, with only carrots, cherry tomatoes, beetroot, French sorrel, leeks, sweet potato and snake beans able to cope in the sun.
- It is related to sorrel and wild dock and has been used as a purgative for centuries: the ancient Persians valued it for cleansing the blood and purifying the system.
- My daughter runs by the brief flowers: touch-me-nots among the stones, bluebells and sorrels, solomon's seal.
- If the herb dies back completely, as do parsley, French sorrel, coriander/cilantro, and basil in cold climates, you should remove as many good leaves as you need before they are killed by winter cold.
- If you've never grown or tasted French sorrel, now is the time to make its acquaintance.
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- When Custer and staff returned he ordered the saddle taken off his brown horse and put on his favorite sorrel.
- Only bays, chestnuts, or sorrels are accepted into the unit and that's only if they pass the training, vet, and farrier evaluations.
- He was cantering down the trail towards them, his bald-faced sorrel kicking up dust.
- Only a few months later, the handsome sorrel foundered and his bid for a World Championship ended.
- A sorrel and black were tethered nearby and an array of tools was strewn over the ground.
- It might be said that they saved the best for last because Bergen steered the sorrel gelding to a 227.5 score, to blast ahead in the rein work.
- The knights ride Andalusian crosses of sorrel and bay costumed spectacularly in body and headdress.
- Like any event where you get a mixture of breeds, there were paints, sorrels, bays and palominos… almost anything you could want!
- Both were riding horses, the villager on a fat grey pony and the nobleman on a lean sorrel.
- ‘I've only owned this horse for five months,’ she explained from atop her sorrel gelding, Texs Rain Drop.
- Somehow the sorrel straightened up, surged forward, and proceeded to neatly cross four five-foot fences, an irrigation ditch, a gate, and two hurdles.
- Rhysa halted her big sorrel next to Myrean and her mount and looked out over the town.
- Rhysa sat in front of Caleb on her stocky little sorrel, and it carried them both easily.
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