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cardamom

, cardamum, cardamon
1. a tropical Asian zingiberaceous plant, Elettaria cardamomum, that has large hairy leaves
2. a related East Indian plant, Amomum cardamomum, whose seeds are used as a substitute for cardamom seeds.

cardamon

[′kärd·ə·mən]
(botany)
Elettaria cardamomum. A perennial herbaceous plant in the family Zingiberaceae; the seed of the plant is used as a spice. Also spelled cardamom.
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At Oasis Dates from Saudi Arabia, which is also recording brisk sale at the DTF, a jar of Saudi coffee is being sold for QR80, a smaller container of Saudi coffee masala comprising saffron, ginger, cloves and cardamon costs QR20, while a half kilo of Madinat Adwa dates is QR80 and a kilo of Khalas Qasseem dates is priced at QR90.
Cardamon is responsible for originating loans nationwide using Arbor's complete product portfolio with a special focus on Fannie Mae DUS[R] and Federal Housing Administration (FHA) transactions.
There are currently 120 plus botanicals available to gin blenders, and can be split into two camps: Those providing a perfume and citrusy taste and aroma, eg rose petals, lemongrass, chamomile; spices and herbals for notes and flavour eg liquorice, cardamon, cinnamon and almonds.
Home fragrance brand Voiuspa developed his idea and voila: Locally harvested herbs and spices, also used in the chefs special dishes blend with ingredients such as apricot wax and essential oils for fragrant combinations such as black chantereile and cardamon flower: heirloom tomato, celery and fennel bulb: and Brut champagne almonds and oak Recommendations from experts in wine and spirits also helped to complete the palette And because presentation is everything when it comes to fine dining, each luxe candle is served up in thick glass and packed in a reusable wine cask-inspired box, complete with an embossed copper logo.
Ingredients of the 379-gram item are raisins, pistachios, cashews, almonds, cardamon and other spices blended in milk, cream and additional ingredients.
Enhanced with personal essays on various health, social, political, and ethical aspects of a vegetarian diet, a glossary of useful and thematically relevant terms, "The Best Of Bloodroot" is a simply outstanding and continually impressive compilation that ranges from a Persimmon, Walnut, and Buttermilk Pudding; New Potato, Carrot, and Broccoli Salad with Garlic Mayonnaise; Cardamon Bread; and Roasted Bosc pears with Walnuts, Blue Cheese, and Raspberry Vinaigrette; to Dried Cherry Apple Strudel; Three-Mushroom Stroganoff; Chilled Lemon Zucchini Soup with Leeks and Herbs; and Broccoli Raab Calzone.
comes a large variety of gourmet kosher for Passover items including Turkish coffee with cardamon, organic honey and halva spread, kiwi and mango preserves, spicy Mexican marinade, chocolate-flavored date spread, and zesty Indian marinade with peanut butter and curry.
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37 hectares, Nagri (which is known locally as "Makarjung") Apart from tea, exotic orchids, deliciously sweet oranges, ginger, cardamon, etc.
Appropriate essential oils are stabilizing and harmonizing, bringing out the qualities of the Center and the Earth Element: oils such as cardamon and vetiver.
Cardamon reduces mucous-forming effects of dairy foods, turmeric helps your liver work more efficiently, and black pepper helps you digest dairy foods.
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