swede


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Related to swede: rutabaga, Cornish pasty, celeriac

swede

brassicanapobrassica.

swede rape
B. napus.
swede turnip
B. napobrassica.
References in classic literature ?
Six of us of the loyal crew had come on deck either to serve the gun or board the Swede during our set-to with her; and now, one by one, we descended the ladder into the centrale.
But what neither the Swedes nor the baboons saw was the half-naked figure of a youth hidden in the foliage of a nearby tree.
Curiosity prompted him to tarry a moment, and in that moment his quick eyes caught the unfamiliar coloration of the clothing of the two Swedes behind a bush not far from him.
Dropping from his tree Korak ran toward the two Swedes, and at the same instant three hundred baboons followed his example.
Now they were racing in the direction of the battle that was being waged between their fellows and the followers of the two Swedes, and as the din of battle subsided in the distance, Korak turned and resumed his journey toward the village of Kovudoo.
Baked swede risotto freshly grated black pepper nly coated, then to a roasting tin the
Sausage & Maple Swede Traybake Serves 4 Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp maple syrup 1/2 small pack thyme, leaves picked 1 tsp cumin seeds 2 tsp red wine vinegar 1 large swede (about 900g/2lb), peeled and cut into 3cm/1.
The trouble with a swede, unlike a pumpkin, was it was built to withstand Armageddon.
Swede had served in the Pacific at the end of World War II and was attending UMass Amherst on the G.
The Swede is very much a case in point, as the domestic spaces he inhabits throughout the novel generate dangerous forms of narrative production.
Peel, trim and slice the swede into thin discs, or use a mandolin cutter if you have one.
A WORLD-recor r dr breaking r swede was one of the main attractions at the Giant Veg Show at Rhondda Heritage Park over the weekend.