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The Anata roll features rice and seaweed wrapped up with spicy tuna, cucumber, scallion, tempura flakes, and shiso, topped with tuna and wasabi aioli, spiked with spicy sriracha and togarashi.
And brunch cocktails, including Red Eyes (vodka, pomegranate juice and lime); Dill Gimlet (gin, fresh cucumber, fresh dill); and Gold Rush Margarita (reposado tequila, elderflower liqueur and lime).
Put cucumber, broth, onions, jalapeno and mint leaves into a blender.
Expect all the classics like perfectly cut sandwiches filled with smoked salmon, cucumber, or egg; warm scones heaped with jam and clotted cream; picture perfect patisseries; plus, a few festive surprises.
Get ready for warm-season veggies: Begin planting warm-season vegetables, such as tomatoes and bell peppers (use transplants for these two), cucumbers, corn, snap beans and squash over the next couple of weeks.
Add cucumber, fresh lime and simple syrup to a mixing tin.
Garr had 14 points coming into the final quarter and drained six cool-as-a-cucumber free throws down the stretch to ice the win for Goshen.
Variations offered by head bartender Tyler Ondatje include a blackberry mule with whiskey, lemon, honey and cayenne pepper; and a passionfruit-cucumber, which is Resnick’s favorite.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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