Definition of sunchoke in English:

sunchoke

Syllabification: sun·choke
Pronunciation: /ˈsənˌCHōk
 
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noun

Another term for Jerusalem artichoke.
More example sentences
  • One evening, my pot contained roasted pieces of red shrimp; on another, a trio of delicious Kumamoto oysters coddled in a sunchoke bisque, with a smoky touch of pumpkin-seed oil.
  • Seared Sea Scallop with sunchoke and vanilla soup: The scallop was perfectly cooked, crunchy on the ends and tender with the right amount of "give" on the inside.
  • An arugula and artichoke salad had neither artichokes nor the sunchokes that had been listed among its ingredients.

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