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pepper-pot

A small turret having a peaked conical roof.
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Corners, Callaloo, Contemporary Literature, FENCE, Jacket2, The Nation,
His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Callaloo, The Southern Review, Blackbird and others.
Petty's was the first extensive interview published, appearing in an important journal of African American studies, Callaloo, in 1996, even before Trethewey had published Domestic Work.
Traditional ital food includes beans, peas, callaloo, and coconut, which are part of traditional Jamaican cuisine as well.
Wong has managed to grow wasabi, cocktail kiwi - a pintsized, fuzz-free version of the original - along with asparagus peas, dahlia yams and callaloo, a Caribbean spinach, on his urban plot.
Wong has also managed to grow cocktail kiwi, a pint-sized, fuzz-free version of the original, which he says is easier to grow than apples and pears, along with asparagus peas, dahlia yams and callaloo, a Caribbean 'spinach, on his urban plot.
Wong has also managed to grow cocktail kiwi, a pintsized, fuzz-free version of the original, which he says is easier to grow than apples and pears, along with asparagus peas, dahlia yams and callaloo, a Caribbean spinach, on his urban plot.
They found an abundance of allotment plots, many tended by immigrants who were farmers or growers in their home countries, bursting with exotic produce, from kiwis to callaloo.
If callaloo, a West Indian culinary mishmash, is the supreme metaphor of West Indian mixture, then, as Khan writes, the "Indo-Trinidadians live callaloo and idealize purity" (Khan 2004, 222).
Hurston Wright Foundation, the Callaloo Creative Writing Workshop, and
She has published in Callaloo, Notre Dame Review, and MARGIE.