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Order the wild asparagus with sumac yogurt and a glass of fruity Saperavi Budeshari red.
Greenwood cites apples, mangos, watermelon, milk and soft cheeses, artichokes and asparagus, baked beans, chickpeas and lentils, cauliflower, mushrooms, and sweet corn as common FODMAP foods.
Husmanskost, a title that refers to solid everyday fare, mainly contained recipes using roots and pulses, but also cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, asparagus, and parsley.
My companion chose king salmon with sautéed asparagus and toasted wheat farro with a moutarde sauce.
As the stock of rags for papermaking grew smaller and smaller, papermakers began experimenting with other materials such as grass, silk, asparagus, manure, stone, and even hornets’ nests.
In response, Meijer has recalled several dozen products, including broccoli, cauliflower and asparagus, that were sold in six states: Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
But as prices declined, many turned to truck farming, especially asparagus and melons.
And while vertical grill grates might be narrow enough for hot dogs, but spell doom for asparagus, the diamond pattern grate cooks veggies without sacrificing a single Brussels sprout to gravity.
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