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There are white-barked ghost trees that gleam in the sun, mangoes, acacias, and the mahua tree, its flowers beloved by elephants and humans alike.
Top with chopped romaine, chopped red bell pepper, chopped cucumber, chopped mango, another tablespoon chopped scallion, and pumpkin seeds.
Nondescript but for bright-yellow walls and a stunning red-and-black midcentury mural inside its small chapel, the monastery abuts a tranquil 50-acre orchard of mangoes, papaya, citrus and cashews.
Fruit tea, another variation, includes flavorings like strawberry, watermelon, mango, or lychee.
The Food Bank's frozen food section was choked full of mangoes, pork, lettuce, pineapple and a variety of other items.
The other top starter here is the mango salad with shrimp, which is very cool and refreshing and a good contrast to some of the spicier and richer flavors to come.
Our go-mango was the only one of 12 vehicles that had any noticeable fade.
The spot’s current beers include selections such as the Donna Maria, a dry saison named after Di Matteo and partner Ryan Skinner’s grandmothers, Never Sleep, an IPA, and Bridges, a sour with apricot and mango flavors.
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