An herb (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) in the mustard family, related to the cabbage and broccoli and having a whitish undeveloped flower with a large edible head.(noun)
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Use "cauliflower" in a sentence
"It's also where I learned the expression "cauliflower ears," which refers to the appearance of one's ears, my teacher's in particular, after they've been pummeled for several decades in succession."
"In fact, we like this best at room temperature, which has an added benefit: if you wait until the cauliflower is cool to sprinkle the bread crumbs on top, they'll stay good and crisp!"
"When the cauliflower is tender-crisp, turn off the heat and add the remaining cilantro and the yogurt, and toss."