Welsh onion


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Welsh onion


[Perhaps so called because it somewhat resembles the leek, one of the national emblems of Wales .]
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Noun1.Welsh onion - Asiatic onion with slender bulbsWelsh onion - Asiatic onion with slender bulbs; used as early green onions
Allium cepa, onion plant, onion - bulbous plant having hollow leaves cultivated worldwide for its rounded edible bulb
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Pathogenic variation and molecular characterization of Fusarium species isolated from wilted Welsh onion [Alliumfistulosum] in Japan.
We evaluated biological and reproductive aspects of Chrysoperla externa fed with the aphid Neotoxoptera formosana reared on Welsh onion (Allium fistulosum).
The croutons accompany a warming Welsh onion soup made with freshly dug vegetables from Penloyn Farm Shop, Llanrwst.
Terry Walton, Radio Two's allotment gardener on the Jeremy Vine show, grows a Welsh onion that he first began cultivating around 50 years ago.
Tsurusaki, "Far Infrared-Vacuum and Convection Drying of Welsh Onion," Transactions of the ASAE, Vol.
The Welsh onion (Allium fistulosum) is invaluable in the winter.
Scientists in Taiwan have discovered the Welsh onion could become a major weapon in the fight against heart disease.
While we normally propagate onions from seed, and just occasionally pips, the Welsh onion will sometimes produce extra young plants on shoots.
WELSH ONION CAKETHERE are so many possibilities with this dish.
The Welsh onion is also a cook's favourite, historically labelled "Welsh", but grown throughout Britain.
Main courses include roast cutlets of lamb with Welsh onion cake and a mustard and rosemary sauce.
Another good fresh year-round onion is the Welsh onion or ciboule.

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