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Definition of the noun eschalot

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noun - plural: eschalots

  1. type of onion plant producing small clustered mild-flavored bulbs used as seasoning

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Google previewThe Household Cook Book (1902)

A Complete ... Collection of New ... Recipes, Including Every Department of Domestic Cookery ... Also Containing Medical and Toilet Hints, Invalid Cookery ...

The Shallot, Shalot ob Eschalot is a native of Palestine. It was introduced into Europe by the Crusaders. It belongs to the same family as the common onion, but its flavor is stronger, and it does not leave an unpleasant odor behind. The leaves ...

Google previewHotel Monthly (1922)

The eschalot is the Allium Ascalonicum, the leek is the Allium Porrum, whilst chives and garlic are all members of the same family. It may be said that onions are to cookery what grammar is to language, they are the best nerve tonic known, and ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

eschalot. escolar escombro eskalop schabowy espada cspadon espagnole sauce espanola espargo esparguetes esparrago esparregado especia espinaca spinach SPANISH cspinafre spinach PORTUGUESE espresso coffee coffee made ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Choctaw Language (1915)

by Cyrus Byington, John Reed Swanton, Henry Sale Halbert

to; alakofi escaped, lakoffi escaping, lakonffi eschalot, hatonfalaha eschalot,. large; hatonfalaha chito escort; ahinna, tishu esculent, ilhpak especially, atuk especially that, ak espouse, to; apoa, asilhha espoused, alhpoa espy, to; pisa essay; ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy (1844)

Comprising Such Subjects as are Most Immediately Connected with Housekeeping ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes

Chop half a dozen eschalots very fine, and mix a teaspoonful of black pepper and a teaspoonful of salt together; spread on the bottom of the dish a layer of eschalot, and sprinkle it with the seasoning; on this spread a layer of meat, then the ...

Google previewWebster's Academic Dictionary (1895)

A Dictionary of the English Language by Noah Webster

ESCHALOT. ESTIMABLENESS. which connects the train of wheel work with the pendulum or balance, keeping it in vibration, and allowing a tooth to escape irom u pallet at each vibratiou. Escn a ;ut' 'e-.li a-lot'), >,. Bhallot. [•cab,] Es'char .

Google previewThe Bible Dictionary (2015)

by Rand, William W.

One variety, called the eschalot, or shallot, was introduced into Europe from Ascalon.

Google previewCulinary Encyclopaedia (1898)

A Dictionary of Technical Terms by Charles Herman Senn

Eschalot, e. Echalote, /. Shalot or shallot. (See EcHALOTE.) ...

Google previewA Critical and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Including Scientific Terms : to which are Added Walker's Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Proper Names, Much Enlarged : and a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Envelope Envelopment Envelopement Eolopile AEolopile Epaulet Epaulette Epigraph Epigraphe Equerry Equery Equiangular Equangular Equivoque Equivoke Eremite Heremite Escalade Scalade Shallot Eschalot : Shalote - - - - Escritoir ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

May, June, July Escalions 1 January or February Eschalot 2 February, September Fennel 2 February, August Finochio 4 April, May, June, July Garlic 2 February, September Horse-radish 1 February, or March Hyssop 1 March or April o arti- 1 ...

Google previewA Comprehensive Dictionary of the English Language (1866)

A sort of onion ; eschalot. ShAl'low (shal'lo), a. Not deep; superficial; slight: — foolish; ...

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardening (1807)

Comprehending All the Modern Improvements in the Art; Whether in the Raising of the Various Esculent Vegetables, Or in the Forcing and Managing of Different Sorts of Fruits and Plants, and that of Laying Out, Ornamenting, and Planting, Gardens and Pleasure Grounds: with Correct Engravings ... from Original Drawings by Sydenham Edwards by R. W. Dickson

Elm Tree Endive Eryngo Eschalot Eternal Flower Eternal Flower Eternal Flower Evergreen Oak Evergreen Thorn Everlasting Everlasting Flower Everlasting Pea Euonymus Euonymus, Bastard Euonymus, Climbing Fair-Maid-of-Kent Fan Palm ...

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Scrabble value of E1S1C3H4A1L1O1T1

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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