Chicory, Endive, Radicchio
Chicory, endive, and radicchio are members of the chicory family, a robust, lettuce-like leafy herb indigenous to the Mediterranean region, where it was domesticated from wild relatives. It spread through trade to Europe in the 16th century, where it became highly popular.
Today it is grown for the abundant, crisp leaves with their sweet, nutty flavor with a pleasantly mild bitterness that adds depth to fresh and cooked dishes.
MSRP:Now: $3.35Was:Broadleaf Batavian Endive or Escarole Wide, curling leaves form around a 10-12" tightly packed head with a well blanched, creamy heart. The heart will blanch to a creamy white while allowing an on-going harvest of the outer leaves. Resembles a lettuce...MSRP:Now: $3.35Was:
MSRP:Now: $3.35Was:Frisee Endive Finely cut and narrow lacy leaves are used extensively in gourmet salad blends for its texture, appearance and unique nutty flavor. It is rich in many vitamins and minerals, especially in folate and vitamins A and K, and is high in...MSRP:Now: $3.35Was:
MSRP:Now: $3.35Was:Sweet & Spicy Greens Seed Mix This blend came about from a customer’s request wanting an orchestra of flavors from the sweet notes of lettuces countered by the bolder tones from arugula, kale, mizuna and tatsoi mustards with the middle balance...MSRP:Now: $3.35Was: