cauliflower

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cauliflower

brassicaoleracea var. botrytis.

cauliflower saltwort
salsolatuberculatiformis.
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When they arrived home, the little woman made Pinocchio sit down at a small table and placed before him the bread, the cauliflower, and the cake.
But he had not looked at her long when he gave a cry of surprise and sat there with his eyes wide open, his fork in the air, and his mouth filled with bread and cauliflower.
Hopkins' cauliflower, though all business had long since ceased and Tom had developed a quite uncanny skill in the snaring of rats and sparrows and the concealment of certain stores of cereals and biscuits from plundered grocers' shops.
The district administration could convince only a few vendors to bring cauliflowers and did not take any action against profiteers.
Now is the time to protect the curds of cauliflowers you've grown before they become damaged by frost.
GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT - Protecting cauliflowers NOW is the time to protect the curds of cauliflowers you've grown before they become damaged by frost.
Cauliflower drakar F1 - one of the hardiest of cauliflowers.
We're okay now; prices have dropped," he said, adding Cheesman was now selling cauliflowers for about 65p per piece compared with [pounds sterling] 1 each.
The cauliflowers grow in different colors and these are:
But new rainbow coloured cauliflowers could tip the balance in their favour in the fight for healthy food on the dinner table.
CAULIFLOWERS are plentiful and cheap at the moment, and make a wonderful starter or appetiser.
The three main groups of true cauliflowers are early summer (planted in autumn or spring), summer (planted in spring) and autumn (planted in early summer) and includes broccoli types.