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Liberally top with harissa, yogurt, almonds and cilantro.
Candy Corn Butterfingers Makes 24 squares 3 cups candy corn candy 1 cup creamy peanut butter 10 ounces chocolate almond bark or candy melts 1.
But there is plenty for vegetarians here, like the almond pesto pizza with artichoke hearts, spinach and fresh mozzarella.
All 50 states get the almonds from 21st Century Snack Foods, which recalled lot Nos.
Some have dashes of sea salt, coconut, and almonds.
The seeds inside apricots that resemble almonds have been trumpeted as a miraculous natural cure for cancers.
Club specialties can be found stateside, too: the delicious almond macaroons at New York's Cosmopolitan Club, for example, or chicken pot pie at the venerable California Club in Los Angeles.
The Blanco is tropical, with notes of pineapple and banana, and the Clasico is rich, with notes of almond and vanilla.
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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.
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