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a diminutive flower (especially one that is part of a composite flower)


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NOTE: Use a combination of broccoli flowerets, cauliflower flowerets and sliced carrots.
Altona - Red, blue and green flowerets that turn pink or blue in late season
1 quart coarsely chopped broccoli flowerets and tender stems
Choose heads with compact flowerets and fresh, green leaves, but do not be misled by a granular appearance as it does not affect quality.
Embroidered scrolls accented with ribbon flowerets accented the entire gown.
1 1/2 cups EACH small broccoli flowerets and julienne carrots
Early arms designs were closely based on the registered design, with merlettes slanting down to the left and a wreath composed of tulip-shape flowerets arching up to a seven-point crown.
Among the central-heading types, 'Oktal' has long-stemmed flowerets especially good for dipping.
Olive, peanut, or vegetable Vegetables 3 cups 5 cups 7 cups Broccoli flowerets, bell pepper wedges (green, red, or yellow), sliced carrots, green beans (cut into 1 1/2-in.
Guests were welcomed by twin wreaths of fresh English boxwood and flowerets of variegated pittosporum hanging from cascading cream satin ribbons against the deep mustard double front doors.
2 cups each broccoli flowerets, shredded carrots, and shredded purple cabbage (Take advantage of prepared vegetables from the market.
Redbud flowerets drape themselves on the trunk of their tree in such a way as to make one think of a cross.
The vinaigrette and salmon are tossed with blanched haricot vert, blanched asparagus, baby tomatoes, grilled onion, blanched broccoli flowerets, saffron potato, cucumber, yellow pepper, red onion, roasted red pepper, corn kernels and romaine hearts.
1 head cauliflower (about 2 3/4 pounds), separated into equal-size flowerets (7 to 8 cups)
Raw broccoli or cauliflower flowerets taste great dipped in your favorite salad dressing.