"celery, cucumber, radish," he says, showing how well he's made this new place his home.
To give the cocktail a deep savory cowboy/alien essence, I added sliced green onions with celery salt.
Add chopped fennel, carrots, celery, leeks, onion, and garlic.
Sure enough, Burton's 1.5-minute animated short, Stalk of the celery Monster, was picked.
Sauté until the celery is soft and the onion is translucent, about four to five minutes.
celery, olives, and salted almonds are placed on the table in small dishes.
Dip the celery in flour and in the paste for frying (No. 58) and fry in fat or oil.
Cut some celery, apples and truffles into fine shreds and mix with chrysanthemum flowers; season with salt and pepper.
When melted and rubbed smooth add ½ a cup of milk and the celery.
celery plants should be set about six inches apart in the trench.
1660s, from French céleri (17c., originally sceleri d'Italie), said by French sources to be from Italian (Lombard dialect) seleri (singular selero), from Late Latin selinon, from Greek selinon "parsley," of uncertain origin.
[O]ne day, in a weak and hungry moment, my roommate and I succumbed to a bit of larceny. A greengrocer's truck had parked down the street and was left unattended. We grabbed the first crate we could off the back. It turned out to be celery. For two days we ate nothing but celery and used up more calories chewing than we realized in energy. "Damn it," I said to my roommate, "What're we going to do? We can't starve." "That's funny," he replied. "I thought we could." [Chuck Jones, "Chuck Amuck," 1989]