Members of the chicory family, radicchio and frisee are noted for their pleasantly bitter taste. Radicchio, a variety of chicory native to Italy, is characterized by its variegated purplish red leaves, which hold up particularly well in salads. Frisee, a longtime favorite with French cooks, is a slightly immature curly endive, with smaller heads and more delicate, tender leaves.
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