Definition of Sea fennel. Meaning of Sea fennel. Synonyms of Sea fennel

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Definition of Sea fennel

Sea fennel
Sea fennel Sea" fen"nel (Bot.) Samphire.

Meaning of Sea fennel from wikipedia

- samphire,, sea fennel or samphire. The name "samphire" is also used for several other unrelated succulent halophyte species of coastal plant. Sea fennel, or...
- Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a flowering plant species in the carrot family. It is a hardy, perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. It...
- the Adriatic coast, there is a great heritage about rock samphire (or sea fennel) in local dishes. Following the construction of the Channel Tunnel, the...
- the carrot family Giant fennel, Ferula communis, a flowering plant species in the carrot family Crithmum, also known as sea fennel, a genus of flowering...
- Fennel with lamb (Turkish: Arapsaçı yemeği) is a dish from the Aegean coast and Aegean Sea islands among both Turkish and Gr**** people. Food portal List...
- Parker Fennelly (October 22, 1891 – January 22, 1988) was an American actor and playwright who appeared in ten films, numerous television episodes and...
- two things: the Provençal soup base—garlic, onions, tomatoes, olive oil, fennel, saffron, thyme, bay, and usually a bit of dried orange peel—and, of course...
- Peucedanum verticillare, common name giant hog fennel or milk parsley, is a herbaceous plant in the genus Peucedanum of the family Apiaceae. Peucedanum...
- (dīng xiāng 丁香) Chinese cinnamon (ròu guì 肉桂) Sichuan pepper (huā jiāo 花椒) Fennel seeds (xiǎo huí xiāng 小茴香) Other recipes may contain anise seed, ginger...
- of fennel": "...Funchal, to whom the captain gave this name, because it was founded in a beautiful forested valley, full of fennel up to the sea..."...
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