sliced or diced beets cooked in a mixture of sugar, cornstarch, vinegar, and water.
cut-up beets cooked in vinegar, sugar, butter, and cornstarch
said to have been created by a Harvard student or be so-named because of the beets’ color being the Harvard color or be a corruption of the name of a tavern in England named Harwood
noun, Furniture. 1. a three-legged armchair of the late 17th century, composed of turned uprights and spindles and having a triangular seat.
- Harvard classification
/ˈhɑːvəd/ noun 1. a classification of stars based on the characteristic spectral absorption lines and bands of the chemical elements present See spectral type
- Harvard comma
noun See serial comma
Trademark. 1. an adjustable metal bedframe having legs equipped with casters, into which a box spring may be set and to which a headboard may be attached.