- horseradish peroxidase,
- horseradish tree,
- horseshoe arch
Origin of horseradish
Examples from the Web for horseradish
The Plaza Hotel cooked a fancy-pants latke with red wine braised oxtail, horseradish sunchoke cream, and crispy kale.
The horseradish is the secret weapon in this quinoa, so definitely make sure to get some, even for just a small amount.
Start with the beets and horseradish crème fraiche, then move on to the Ambrosia burger, ending strong with the banana cream pie.
When the shoe occupies the same shape as a dozen rubber-neck clams serve with vanilla wafers and horseradish.The Silly Syclopedia|Noah Lott
Some opulent epicures mix it with sherry or Madeira wine, or distilled or flavoured vinegar, instead of horseradish water.The Cook's Oracle; and Housekeeper's Manual|William Kitchiner
A fatal mistake is not very uncommonly made in eating the root of aconite for that of horseradish.Memoranda on Poisons|Thomas Hawkes Tanner
With oysters served raw on shell, a Horseradish Sandwich is proper.How to Prepare and Serve a Meal and Interior Decoration|Lillian B. Lansdown
A course of raw oysters and stuffed mangoes, with the usual accompaniment of horseradish and lemon, came first.Suppers|Paul Pierce
1590s, Cochlearia armoricia; the common name preserves the once-common figurative sense of horse as "strong, large, coarse" (e.g. in obsolete horse mushroom, horse parsley, Old English horsminte "horse mint," etc.); also see radish.