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string bean

any of several bean plants, such as the scarlet runner, cultivated for their edible unripe pods
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1 bundle of string beans, cut into 2 inch slices Salt and pepper
Coriander, parsley, mint, spinach, radish, small spinach, red spinach, string beans, "Samsur", cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, capsicum, tomatoes, carrots, beans, chili, pepper, pumpkin, string beans, lady fingers (okra)
There's turkey, there's string beans and stuffing, a little mac and cheese," the Huffington Post quoted her as telling 'Today' show correspondent Jenna Bush Hager - former President George Bush's daughter.
He added of his own Christmas memories: "I remember my mother used to always make us a very special dish - string beans covered in marshmallows and cornflakes.
They are known by the French as haricots verts, which translates literally to "green beans," and also are commonly called string beans and snap beans.
They were made when 90% of the string beans were dried, separating the plants of each parcel and each block and labeling them.
The menu at the Cipriani restaurant features Maine lobster salad with string beans, pumpkin ravioli with butter & sage, beef filet mignon Alla veneziana with sauteed potatoes and spinach puree, bitter/sweet chocolate souffle with mascarpone cream.
So far, peppers, squash, endive, eggplant, cucumbers, sweet corn, cabbage and string beans have suffered the worst damage, the report states.
Asparagus, spinach, broccoli, string beans, and yams are among the
tomatoes, squash, string beans, honeydews--all of it, and all the rest
Vegetables/salads: all vegetables including avocado, asparagus, beansprouts, broccoli, sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, courgettes, cucumbers, aubergine, garlic, green beans, lettuce, leeks, mushrooms, onions, pea, peppers, pumpkin, rocket, salad greens, spinach, sprouts, squash, string beans, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, watercress.