- a variety of celery, Apium graveolens rapaceum, of the parsley family, having a large, edible, turniplike root.
Origin of celeriac
Examples from the Web for celeriac
Contemporary Examples of celeriac
Directions: Preheat your oven to 400°F. Place the potatoes, celeriac and onion in an earthenware-type baking dish.Butternut Squash, Plus Some Celeriac
The Daily Beast
November 25, 2008
Historical Examples of celeriac
Celeriac is extensively used abroad, but, unfortunately, is little grown in America.The Practical Garden-Book
C. E. Hunn
Also I have beds of celeriac, and cold frames which yield a few cucumbers in the summer when emptied of plants.About Orchids
Celeriac is cooked in the same manner as Beet, and requires about the same length of time.
Celeriac, or Turnip-rooted Celery, is much prized on the Continent as a cooked vegetable, and as a salad.
Celeriac is much used in French Salads, and some appreciation is now shown for it in this country.
- a variety of celery, Apium graveolens rapaceum, with a large turnip-like root, used as a vegetable