Water cress

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Wa´ter cress`

1.(Bot.) A perennial cruciferous herb (Nasturtium officinale) growing usually in clear running or spring water. The leaves are pungent, and used for salad and as an antiscorbutic.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The sandwiches included a walnut bread roast turkey with cranberry sauce, a smoked salmon with capers, gherkins and sour cream on whole meal bread, roast beef English mustard with water cress on white bread and a slow cooked chicken with applesauce on thyme bread.
The ingredients in The Salad are romaine, water cress, Gorgonzola and walnuts with balsamic dressing and the special herbs," the employee continued to speak.
Soon if it turns out successful, they will grow water cress and fish here.
The Zucchini Beef Salad contains grilled zucchini, water cress, parsley & mint, topped with slices of beef fillet, served with amazing physalis sauce, and the dish goes for LE 89 ($5).
We also ordered the Fattoush salad which had cucumber, tomatoes, radish, lettuce, capsicum, water cress, lemon juice, olive oil, sumac powder, fried Arabian bread, and pomegranate seeds with pomegranate syrup drizzled on top.
The Tasting Room piqued my interest with dishes like Bouillon with Seared Duck Liver, Emperor Flower, Basil Water Cress, Duck Consomme and Green Peas.
Next came Pan fried frog legs in Iberian foam water cress in three textures garnished with micro greens and sprinkled with peanuts garlic and celery.
My choice of main was somewhat less complex, but still packed a punch when it came to flavour: 8oz fillet steak with roast tomato, grilled mushrooms, onion rings, hand cut chips, water cress and shallot salad (PS24.50), served with green peppercorn sauce (PS2 extra).
Doell, who found pepper cress amongst the seed packets, a peppery version of water cress.
Roedd 'na ffos ddofn o boptu'r lon hefo berw dwr yn tyfu yno (Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum; water cress) ac mi fedrwn glywed cri'r gylfinir o bell.