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Chives is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Chives books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- An Herb Society of America Fact Sheet. Chives. Culinary Types: Allium schoenoprasum (common chives, onion chives).
- Basil Chives
- Some of the most popular culinary herbs include basil, chives, dill, French tarragon, mints, Chives, Allium schoenoprasum, is a perennial, native to the Orient.
- Chives (Home Gardening Series) - FSA6082
- Agriculture and Natural Resources. FSA6082. Home Gardening Series.
Suggested News Resources
- Quick Fix: Dijon Scallops with Carrots and Rice
- The creamy Dijon sauce is accented with the light onion taste of the chives. The addition of carrots to the rice adds a sweet new dimension to the side dish. -Buy frozen scallops and keep in freezer for quick meals.
- Hakkasan: Indian chillies in a Cantonese preserve
- These include Chinese olives, salted soya beans, black beans, ginger, garlic, shallots, yellow chives and garlic chives. Other herbs used at Hakkasan include angelica root, liquorice root and jade root.
- For Pepin, Cooking Is About Technique, Not Stardom
- "I tell a student that the most important class you can take is technique," Pepin says while chopping chives beneath a decorative tile that reads: "A great chef is first a great technician.
- Elegant entree features scallops
- The creamy Dijon sauce is accented with the light onion taste of the chives. The addition of carrots to the rice adds a sweet, new dimension to the side dish. Heat the oil in a medium-size nonstick skillet.
- All ripe at once! And what Northwest cooks can do with it
- The "June-uary" of arugula and chives? All is forgiven, cruel Northwest growing season. Now we're in Peak Week.
Suggested Web Resources
- Chives - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Chive seedlings sprouting. Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) are the smallest species of the edible onions.
- theCHIVE - Probably the Best Site in the World
- Best photos of the week (50 Photos).
- Chive Selection and Storage
- How to select and store chives, plus how to freeze-dry your own and substitutions .
- Chives (Allium schoenoprasum L.) belong to the same family as onions, leeks, and garlic.
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