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Synonyms for sorrel

East Indian sparsely prickly annual herb or perennial subshrub widely cultivated for its fleshy calyxes used in tarts and jelly and for its bast fiber

large sour-tasting arrowhead-shaped leaves used in salads and sauces

a horse of a brownish orange to light brown color

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of a light brownish color

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They make a fine puree, either by themselves or mixed with other vegetables, such as carrots, which lend an orange hue, or with spinach, parsley sorrel and other greens.
Sorrel is good for health and helps prevent nausea.
lemon zest 3 cups roughly chopped sorrel leaves 1/2 tsp.
Benchmark Hospitality International, a US-based company offering hospitality management and marketing services, has added Sorrel River Ranch Resort and Spa to its management portfolio.
4) Right, a girl makes friends with Sorrel, an Alaskan husky.
It can take robust flavours such as garlic and chilli, and also goes well with subtle, zesty flavours such as today's sorrel sauce.
She is accompanied by the soldier Sorrel, who knows the land well.
One afternoon, a dad and his two teenage daughters alighted from the Village Gondola carrying their gear, soon stepped through a lobby door into their lodgings at White Mountain Lodge, and were seen moments later in white terry-cloth robes and Sorrel boots, clunking toward the swirling waters of the hot tubs.
Fairtrade Caribbean food company, Walkerswood, is spicing up the condiment sector with the launch of two new products, Calypso Chutney and Sorrel Chutney.
Traffic calming on Sorrel is topic of Harlow meeting
As I examined the child, the woman asked me if she could recommend sorrel to the child's mother to treat the sore.
Television, is the story of two of Canada's battles in WWI: Mount Sorrel and Hill 70.
Moreover, a study by professors Sorrel Kahan and Yakov Yeleneck from Hebrew University reveals that Arab students receive five times less remedial services even though they need them more.
Sorrel is one of the unsung herbs of a typical English country garden, but PHIL VICKERY, the official This Morning TV chef, uses it to bring out the best in chicken.
Initial funding for the company came from Charles Hayslett, president of Hayslett Sorrel (Atlanta, GA), a public relations firm.