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horseradish

n. heroin. (see also horse.) Bart can get you some horseradish.
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Top each pancake with an ounce of the smoked salmon, a fried egg, a spoonful of the horseradish cream and a sprinkling of chives.
The French and German people preferred horseradish as a condiment: Gerard states '…the Horse Radish stamped with a little vinegar put thereto, is commonly used among the Germans for sauce to eate fish with and suchlike meates as we do with mustarde'.
For the creme fraiche, mix the creme fraiche with the mayo and horseradish.
Horseradish produces a very long root, so dig around in the soil and find yourself a thick root, ideally at least 5cm wide and 20cm long.
Believe it or not, horseradish actually has about 10 times as many glucosinolates as broccoli.
7 Serve pancakes warm, topped with a generous spoon of horseradish cream, slices of smoked salmon and wedge of lemon.
TULKOFF FOOD PRODUCTS HAS INTRODUCED EXTRA BOLD HORSERADISH SAUCE, which company officials say is the spiciest combination of fresh horseradish and mayonnaise the brand has ever made.
One food I remember more than any other -- the horseradish that was traditionally served as the "bitter herb'' portion of the meal.
has launched Posh Piccalilli and Beetroot, Horseradish & Dill Relish.
National Trust announced the naming of Horseradish, event catering specialist to run events at one of its flagship properties in the North West Speke Hall.
At my house, this Horseradish Sauce is everyone's favorite sauce for fresh steamed vegetables.
Among them horseradish had the greatest inhibitory activity and completely inhibited the lettuce root growth.
The phytochemical compounds in horseradish stimulate salivary, gastric and intestinal glands to secrete digestive enzymes, thereby facilitating digestion.