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Vargas says to look out for avocado and sweet-almond oils, which are notably fatty and rich.
Tarragon would be great, as well, as would slivered almonds.
Highlights include chicken liver toast with apricot; spiced half chicken with new potatoes; and wild salmon grilled in grape leaves over almond wood.
Southerners burn hickory; Californians use almond wood; Pacific Northwesterners burn cherry and alder.
Sprinkle sliced almonds, then sanding sugar, on top.
There’s also a strawberry salad with goat cheese and almonds ($13); and roasted beets with arugula, romesco, feta and candied walnuts ($13).
This Nutty Watermelon Salad, built on watercress, screamed summer with its blueberries, strawberries, almonds, and splash of lime vinaigrette.
The 105-proof whiskey Cognac Finish, which has notes of spice, honey, almond and vanilla, is the company’s latest release, costing $70 per bottle.
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This nut is seed of a tree in the rose family, native to Southwest Asia. The tree grows somewhat larger and lives longer than the peach. It is strikingly beautiful when in flower. The nuts are either sweet or bitter. Sweet almonds are the edible type consumed as nuts and used in cooking. The extracted oil of bitter almonds is used to make flavoring extracts for foods and liqueurs. Almonds provide small amounts of protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, and B vitamins, and are high in fat.
ALMOND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of almond for English Language Learners
: a nut that has a sweet flavor; also : the tree that produces almonds
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