Escarole and endive offer crunch and a pleasant bitterness. These cool-season greens can be used raw as a salad ingredient, or cooked, most commonly in sautées or soups.

Escarole and endive offer crunch and a pleasant bitterness. These cool-season greens can be used raw as a salad ingredient, or cooked, most commonly in sautées or soups.

Italian Frisée Endive...super easy to grow if you get the seed in the ground as soon as the soil can be worked!  This is a cut and come back again type of lettuce BTW!  Simply gorgeous!  Love it on sandwiches & in wraps!  Best salad?  Simply the endive frisee with slices of blood orange (if you can find them) or regular oranges & thinly sliced red onion...dressed with balsamic (the best you can afford), EVOO, a little dark brown sugar & sea salt & cracked black pepper!  Insanely GOOD!

Italian Frisée Endive...super easy to grow if you get the seed in the ground as soon as the soil can be worked! This is a cut and come back again type of lettuce BTW! Simply gorgeous! Love it on sandwiches & in wraps! Best salad? Simply the endive frisee with slices of blood orange (if you can find them) or regular oranges & thinly sliced red onion...dressed with balsamic (the best you can afford), EVOO, a little dark brown sugar & sea salt & cracked black pepper! Insanely GOOD!

Winter’s White Gold: Planning Ahead for Belgian Endive Harvest

Winter’s White Gold: Planning Ahead for Belgian Endive Harvest

How to Grow Endive in Your Garden

How to Grow Endive in Your Garden

Growing Belgian Endives for Fresh Winter Greens - Part 1 - Planting in the spring

Growing Belgian Endives for Fresh Winter Greens - Part 1 - Planting in the spring

Endive ~ is one of the most difficult vegetables in the world to grow, requiring a two-step growing process before it is ready to be enjoyed

Endive ~ is one of the most difficult vegetables in the world to grow, requiring a two-step growing process before it is ready to be enjoyed

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