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The Million Dollar Dip on our menu is easy — shredded cheddar cheese, crumbled bacon, green onions, almonds and mayo — and can be made ahead.
China has already imposed tariffs on the easy stuff: luxury goods like American wine and liquor, and agricultural goods that are considered luxuries within China, like almonds and pistachios.
Improved memory: Some research supports the link between eating almonds and cognitive function.
Dark chocolate varieties include plain, coconut, almond and crispy rice.
Recently, chefs scattered almonds and lemon zest on a warm roasted Brussels sprouts salad beneath fresh cheese swirls.
California's top exports to China include about $1 billion in almonds and other nuts, along with about $285 million in fresh fruit, about $250 million in hay, and $140 million in dairy products.
Owner Tova du Plessis has created a kosher crust recipe using almonds and matzo meal, which gets topped with a classic cheesecake filling.
The shelves will be stocked with olive oil, crackers, balsamic vinegar, marcona almonds and other such accompaniments.
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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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