Pinole


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Pinole

(pĭnōl`), city (1990 pop. 17,460), Contra Costa co., W Calif., on San Pablo Bay; inc. 1903. Primarily residential, it manufactures concrete and chemicals.
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The newly constructed Pinole Point Distribution Center offers three warehouses with features including generous loading and truck parking strategically located with access to transportation infrastructure including major interstate highways, the port of Oakland, Oakland International Airport and the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
Entre los productos que ellos generan se encuentran los siguientes: miel y sus derivados, cacahuates, habas, pistaches, semilla de cacao, semilla de cardamomo, licores de crema, cafe tostado y molido, chocolate (tradicional, almendrado, con cacahuate, vainilla, glaseado), tascalate, pinole, botana de cacao, almendra con chile, fruta deshidratada (mango ataulfo, flor de jamaica, papaya, carambola), nuez de maranon, grano de cafe confitado, mermeladas y salsas.
To start the program, Holy Names officials visited administrators at two public school districts with high percentages of disadvantaged students--Oakland Unified and West Contra Costa, which includes Pinole Valley High.
The recipes range from Hearty Chickpea Pasta Soup; Buckwheat Pinole and Chia Pancakes; Black Ben Brownies; and Chocolate Avocado Mousse; to Sweet Potato Pie Parfait; Cowboy Chili; The Incredible Veggie burger Formula; and Thai Pineapple Coconut Curry with Bok Choy and Tofu.
In many ways, Su's journey to here really kicked oft' nine years ago, when Draper was the captain of Pinole Valley High's varsity basketball team and introduced him to two fellow players, both also producers: Chief, who got his nickname from dancing at American Indian powwows, and P-Lo, a Filipino kid who wore flashy hand-me-down Polo to school.