Welcome to Chive Talk!

Hi and welcome to Chive Talk, a clearinghouse for chive lovers everywhere! Stay tuned for future posts having everything to do with chives! I hope you enjoy this blog as much as we enjoy chives! See you next post! ttfn, Nick & Jen

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    • Tiki Chris
    • September 30th, 2006

    As a great lover of chives, I must tell that I received the news of your new blog with much anticipation and excitement! And that’s no <>jive<>! Your <>chive<> turkey,Chris

    • merk0909
    • October 2nd, 2006

    Chives are cool…Anybody know any good recipes???

    • kwalsh
    • October 2nd, 2006

    Chives (Allium schoenoprasum), a member of the onion family and native to Asia and Europe, have been around over 5,000 years. Yet, they were not actively cultivated until the Middle Ages. The botanical name is derived from the Greek meaning reed-like leek. The English name chive comes from the Latin cepa, meaning onion, which became cive in French. Prized for their flavor, this smallest member of the onion family has many wild cousins growing throughout the Northern hemisphere.http://homecooking.about.com/library/weekly/aa022398.htm

    • merk0909
    • November 8th, 2006

    I’m new to the chive game… Are they good all year round? or is there an actual chive season?Thanks!

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