cabbagey

cabbagey

(ˈkæbədʒɪ) or

cabbagy

adj
resembling a cabbage
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Yet when someone suggests going to eat in a hotel, I think of that cabbagey smell, a curly club sandwich and horrible sticky pasta in an airport chain rather than a smoked lobster followed by a cheese trolley.
You could hardly guess at this stage that the elegant plant, with its clouds of honey-scented elegant plant, with its clouds of honey its clump of large, dark green leaves is in view would you suspect its cabbagey ancestry.
You could hardly guess at this stage that this elegant plant, with its clouds of honey-scented white flowers, is a brassica - it's only when its clump of large, dark green leaves is in view you would suspect its cabbagey ancestry.
My daughter chose the soup of the day which was vegetable and a little bit cabbagey.
The first leaves produced are unmistakably cabbagey.
If wine is stored too long in an atmosphere starved of oxygen, sulphur compounds may form to the extent that the wine smells rubbery, cabbagey or begins to stink of bad eg gs.
The colcannon - or cabbagey mash - was given a tasty kick with spring onion, said Kay, and the Bordelaise sauce was deliciously rich with wine and onion.
Some truly awful tomato sauce, acidic and jarring, made it worse, while a pile of badly-dressed salad leaves in the centre of the plate just tasted cabbagey.
Syrah/Grenache 2007 is a deep, pinky purple with a plummy, slightly cabbagey smell and a soft, juicy taste.
As I peeled back the tinfoil, a strange cabbagey aroma filled the air.
It has a cabbagey overtone but that's not a bad thing.
Its pale grey green colour was not inviting and the overall taste was thin and cabbagey.