Papaya and arugula Salad by Anne Byrn The Dinner Doctor offers a salad to please both the palate and the eye.
Serve the burgers in toasted pita bread with lots of arugula, thinly sliced red onions, and roasted red peppers.
With the heartland hungry for a different kind of change, Pence is the conservative antidote to arugula.
edible cruciform plant (Eruca sativa) used originally in the Mediterranean region as a salad; the American English and Australian form of the name is (via Italian immigrants) from dialectal variant of Italian ruchetta, a diminutive form of ruca-, from Latin eruca, a name of some cabbage-like plant, from PIE *gher(s)-uka-, from root *ghers- "to bristle" (see horror).
In England, the usual name is rocket (see rocket (n.1)), which is from Italian ruchetta via French roquette. It also sometimes is called hedge mustard.