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Good foliage to gild should be thick and hold its shape well, such as magnolia, holly, pine, fir, juniper, palm fronds, boxwood, live oak and others.
Greens and Florals To cover the basics, scour vendors' booths for traditional juniper, cedar and other conifer tree branches as well as Silver Dollar eucalyptus leaves for a distinct SoCal-meets-holidays feel.
The globe-hopping treatment starts with a Moroccan rose body wash and ends on a rustic Southwest note with a cedar wood and juniper body butter massage.
Some of his dishes, like beet sherbet puckered with rhubarb, salted grains and juniper, still convey the sour, fermented flavors typical of the region.
The mile-wide, 550-foot-deep gouge people see today was crafted in roughly 10 seconds when the meteorite, traveling at 26,000 mph, crash-landed in what was then a forest of juniper and piñon pines.
In Spain, fresh herbs (lemon verbena, rosemary or lavender), lemon peel, juniper berries, edible flowers and even whole spices are used to enhance the gin’s botanicals.
Step 2: Stud the fish with juniper berries and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Imagine sitting in a 6,100-year-old mountain vineyard in Armenia’s Vayots Dzor province, sipping a glass of red wine with subtle hints of juniper.
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