dittander


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dittander

(dɪˈtændə; ˈdɪtən-)
n
(Plants) a plant, Lepidium latifolium, of coastal regions of Europe, N Africa, and SW Asia, with clusters of small white flowers: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
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The blossom of Darwin's barberry steeped in water mimics the flavours of grape skin; greygreen sea purslane could be beetroot; balsam tastes exactly like Fox's glacier mints; Douglas fir smells like grapefruit, and yolk-yellow gorse of coconut, while dittander makes a substitute for wasabi and horseradish.
HeadChef Kevin The blossom of Darwin's barberry steeped in water mimics the flavours of grape skin; grey-green sea purslane could be beetroot; balsam tastes exactly like Fox's glacier mints; Douglas fir smells like grapefruit, and yolk-yellow gorse of coconut, while dittander makes a substitute for wasabi and horseradish.
HeadChef Kevin win's The blossom of Darwin's barberry steeped in water mimics the flavours of grape skin; grey-green sea purslane could be beetroot; balsam tastes exactly like Fox's glacier mints; Douglas fir smells like grapefruit, and yolk-yellow gorse of coconut, while dittander makes a substitute for wasabi and horseradish.
It's been rolled in a sweet and smoky shallot ash which marries nicely with the tart apple puree and the horseradish heat of the dittander.
DITTANDER looks capable of defending her unbeaten record by landing the Cheveley Park Fillies' Nursery (2.55) at Newmarket.