butterhead lettuce


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lettuce with relatively soft leaves in a loose head

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Andrew Mallinson with one of his Butterhead lettuces which won a prize at the RHS |Tatton Park show 280714EANDREW_03 JULIAN HUGHES
The other available salad (side dish 2) had been prepared with only two components: butterhead lettuce and mixed lettuce.
The batches of butterhead lettuce and mixed lettuce went through four separate trading stages from the producer to an exporter/importer, a wholesaler, and a retailer before being bought by the restaurant proprietor.
sea salt, and 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil Rinse and dry 5 loosely packed cups arugula and 6 loosely packed cups red butterhead lettuce (about 1/2 head).
BUTTERHEAD LETTUCE (for summer cropping): 'Fatima', dense hearts, medium to pale green, from Thompson and Morgan; 'Sunny', pale green, well filled hearts, from Medwyn's of Anglesey.
The texture of butterhead lettuce keeps this salad light and delicate.
You can also brighten up your vegetable plot by growing some of the new, richly coloured salad crops, including the butterhead lettuce, Mira (Unwins).
For an edible surprise, pot up a dwarf citrus or cool-season greens such as arugula or butterhead lettuce.
Zones 7-9, 14-17: Miniature romaine and butterhead lettuce are just the right size for a single salad.
The Money Garden packet will include the following varieties: Bell Peppers, Beefsteak Tomatoes, Sugar Snap Peas, French Green Beans, Butterhead Lettuces and large Nantes-type carrots.
Butterhead lettuces have the softest leaves, a delicate flavor, and are extremely easy to grow.
Leaf lettuces such as black-seeded Simpson will grow just about anywhere; Bibb or butterhead lettuces with their soft, wide leaves are good choices.