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Price gains were bigger among some summer produce, with cucumbers jumping 62 percent and eggplants surging 54 percent.
Daniele Uditi’s lighter-than-usual take comes with cucumber, black olives, soppressata, and a red wine vinaigrette.
To do it, put any strong alcohol (vodka works well) in an iSi cream whipper with pretty much any food (coffee, cucumber, melon, ginger, etc.) and charge it twice with nitrous oxide.
Back in Ann Arbor, Chicago, or New York, clients didn't bring in bags of cucumbers, sweet corn, or tomatoes as a kind of thank you.
Brass Tap infuses Smirnoff vodka with cucumbers and jalapenos and also offers regular vodka.
He was known as an innovator in the cultivation of celery and cucumbers, developing unique farming techniques.
Sea cucumbers breathe using feathery outgrowths of their guts, and several insect larvae breathe using butt snorkels.
Davis is also a cool-as-cucumber burglar named The Prowler, who happens to be the uncle of one Miles Morales—a.k.a.
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Origin and Etymology of cucumber
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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