volcanic stone

volcanic stone

A low-density, high-porosity rock composed of volcanic particles, ranging from ash size to small pebble size, which are compacted or cemented together; used as a building stone or as a thermal insulation material. See also: Stone
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Pumice Unlimited Ventures creates home decor and accent pieces from all natural volcanic stone taken from the Mount Pinatubo eruption site.
Among them are four were wounded from the scattered glass in a lift booth struck by volcanic stone.
I went with the volcanic stone massage (PS65) which used smooth, warm volcanic stones to relieve tense muscles.
As a result of these most recent fires, however, a later drive to the top of Mt Lalawa revealed suggestive traces of ancestral habitation within a terrain of volcanic stone and rich red soil that provided further clues to the source of much of the work being produced.
I like the Mesoamerican take on the dualism of life and death, which is articulated in this volcanic stone figure from the Brooklyn Museum's collection.
While many things have yet to be set in Vesuvian volcanic stone, Salvatore is sure of one thing: "You're going to have Italian like you have never had before outside of Napoli.
So when the guide instructed us the volcanic stone would be 70-90C and we should juggle it from hand to hand, even she admitted it was too hot to handle.
Both are chunky authentic Mexican style salsas, made using the volcanic stone, molcajete.
I had my mind made up well before going there, that I would cook my own steak - their latest offering is a raw steak served at the table on a steaming hot volcanic stone slab, so one can cook it according to personal taste.
Five tons of volcanic stone from Hidalgo make up the bar counter, 2,100 square feet of leather from the Mexican city of Leon covers the walls, and Santa Clara del Cobre copper leaf spans the ceiling.
The Mall of the Emirates outlet of the French bistro (there's also the original at Century Village) has launched its steak aACAyOn the Rocks' concept, where diners cook their steaks on a super-heated volcanic stone at the table, using no added fats; it works for steaks of all cuts.