Radicchio

Radicchio (oʊ or oʊ; raˈdikkjo) is a leaf chicory (Cichorium intybus, Asteraceae), sometimes known as Italian chicory, and is a perennial. It is grown as a leaf vegetable which usually has white-veined red leaves. It has a bitter and spicy taste, which mellows when it is grilled or roasted. == History == Pliny the Elder claimed radicchio was us...
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radicchio

(rah-DEE-kee-oh) - A member of the chicory family with red and white leaves. The round Verona variety is the most common in the US. Radicchio is used most often in salads, but is quite suitable to cooked preparations. It is available year-round with a peak season from midwinter to early spring. Choose heads that have crisp, full-colored leaves wit....
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radicchio

noun prized variety of chicory having globose heads of red leaves
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Radicchio

A member of the chicory family with red and white leaves. The different varieties range from mild to extremely bitter. The round Verona variety are the most common in the US. Radicchio is used most often in salads, but is quite suitable to cooked preparations.
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radicchio

[n] - prized variety of chicory having globose heads of red leaves
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