Chinese chive


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Chinese chive

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Noun1.Chinese chive - a plant of eastern Asia; larger than Allium schoenoprasum
garlic chive - large flat leaves used as chive is used
alliaceous plant - bulbous plants having a characteristic pungent onion odor
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We had scallop shumai, har gau (shrimp), Chinese chive and shimeji (mushroom), which were a celebration of savouriness and stunning colour.
Best were the super-flavourful prawn and Chinese chive dumpling and the very, very pepper-y open-topped black pepper duck dumpling.
We didn't know which we would get -- the restaurant has a full separate dim sum menu -- but were in love with every juicy bite of the prawn and Chinese chive, the mixed vegetable and the chicken and prawn.
Initially, we did not have farming facilities or techniques," said Yoshinori Shirasaka, 45, head of JR Kyushu Farm Oita, which is growing Chinese chives in the suburbs of Oita City.
For starters, we enjoyed an attractive steamed dim sum platter consisting of black pepper roasted duck dumpling, scallop shu mai with orange tobiko, prawns and Chinese chives with crab sauce and prawns.
The scope of their inspections was expanded to produce such as lettuce, green onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, Chinese chives, asparagus, field peas and green soybeans.
Dr Mark Evans, of the South West Health Protection Unit in England, said: "We want to ensure, in particular, that the Chinese community easily the daffodil unopened bud can be confused with Chinese chives.
Charcoal grills are starting to come out, and glass display cases show that you can get anything grilled on a skewer: Squid, beef, chicken wings, lamb, enoki mushrooms, even sprigs of Chinese chives.
Yet, when Brenzel planted white flowering Chinese chives next to her own roses, the chives - to say nothing of the roses - were soon covered with black aphids.

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