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The Canadians, meanwhile, are seeking to tax cucumbers, gherkins, pizza, ketchup, beer kegs, lawn mowers, sailboats, sleeping bags, and playing cards.
Gabriel Rico works with Goyita, the factory’s housekeeper, to make an experimental ceviche with mango and Mexican gherkins that look like miniature watermelons.
Plant some Mexican sour gherkin cucumbers or blue borage.
The whole thing is held together by a bamboo clasp threaded with a gherkin, an olive and a big slice of pickle.
It was salad with cheese and meat that was topped with slivers of gherkins.
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GHERKIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gherkin for English Language Learners
: a small cucumber that is used to make pickles
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