Definition of Cardoons

1. Noun. (plural of cardoon) ¹



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Definition of Cardoons

1. cardoon [n] - See also: cardoon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cardoons

cardis
carditic
carditides
carditis
carditises
cardless
cardmaker
cardmakers
cardmaking
cardmember
cardmembers
cardol
cardon
cardons
cardoon
cardoons (current term)
cardphone
cardphones
cardplayer
cardplayers
cardplaying
cardroom
cards
cardshark
cardsharks
cardsharp
cardsharper
cardsharpers
cardsharps
cardstock

Literary usage of Cardoons

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1. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"cardoons à Г Essence with Marrow.— The same preparation an for Spanish cardoons, receipt second. Take a few pieces of beef-marrow, all ol a size, ..."

2. May Byron's Vegetable Book: Containing Over 750 Recipes for the Cooking and by May Clarissa Gillington Byron (1916)
"cardoons NOTE.—These are but little cultivated over here, but on the Continent six or seven varieties are in vogue. cardoons are so unlike any other ..."

3. The MAGAZINE of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and (1857)
"... and it will only serve to make a dish at the tables of the wealthy portion of society. Magnificent cardoons were to be seen in all directions, ..."

4. The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences ...by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society (1882)
"cardoons. The blanched leaf, stalks, and stems are eaten. It has the reputation of being aperient, diuretic, and aphrodisiac. The flowers are used to curdle ..."

5. The Young Cook's Guide, with Practical Observations: A New Treatise on by I. Roberts (1836)
"398—cardoons in different manners. Cut them in lengths of about three inches, and pick the stringy part from the heart and the prickles from the leaves; ..."

6. The Art of Cookery Made Easy and Refined: Comprising Ample Directions for by John Mollard (1802)
"... simmer all together for five minutes, and keep stirring the beans with a wooden spoon to prevent the mixture from burning or curdling. Stewed cardoons. ..."

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