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Strain and add fresh lemon juice, date molasses, buckwheat honey, vanilla, cinnamon, black pepper, allspice, juniper, black limes and salt.
Head to Logan Square’s Chiya Chai, and sip on a honey mango margarita ($8), inspired by owner Rajee Aryal’s memories living in Kathmandu, or the Maharaja ($10), with juniper, cardamom, cinnamon and gin.
Some of them include: glossy abelia, beauty berries, hydrangeas, Bradford and Callory pears, crabapples, poplar, spruce, junipers, sumacs, cherries, and plums.
Officials said Tuesday there was no additional fire growth in the local subdivisions or in the northern area where there is a transition to pinyon and juniper vegetation.
Bark and berries from the park’s juniper trees were incorporated into Urban Arbor’s recipe.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire, and Smoked Ricotta Peperoncino has plenty of both, from the juniper wood used to smoke it, and the fire engine red pepperoncini crusting this funky little drum.
My suggestion is always to use evergreen shrubs like hollies, nandinas, junipers and others as the backbone of your landscape, then use flowering shrubs as accents in strategic places, but not across the entire front of your house.
Families visiting America’s iconic national parks this summer might be surprised to find a new attraction amid the canyons, cliffs and juniper trees: the Donald J. Trump Utah National Parks Highway.
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JUNIPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of juniper for English Language Learners
: an evergreen shrub or tree that has tiny fruits that look like berries
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