Recent Examples of mango from the Web
Two flour tortillas accompanied this dish, along with plenty of toppings (think beans, guac, and cheese) and the shrimp were well cooked and seasoned with a pleasing mango-chipotle glaze.
After chatting over lunch (and maybe a couple refreshing adult beverages--try the Gulf Mist made with mango rum, blue curacao, pineapple juice, and club soda), get prepped for your treatment with a visit to the Serenity Lounge.
Savory, indulgent treats such as mango con chile (with chili powder) lollipops, mazapan, tamalitos and dulce tarritos can all be enjoyed at Dulcelandia.
The white, 2015 Smith & Wollensky Sauvignon Blanc ($25), is both crisp and round, with tropical fruit notes (think mango) and the intensity and richness for such foods as lobster.
Ms. Huda, who lived in the city of Dhaka before moving to New York in 2009, used to grow mangos, lychees, spinach and beans on the roof of her apartment building there.
Matt Bumpas’ work making highly creative desserts — mango-lime marshmallows, his own version of nutter-butters, blood orange semifreddo with clove caramel and orange meringue — earned him high praise as the pastry chef of Seattle’s Poppy.
Only about half the 250,000 businesses that sell mangoes, umbrellas and cupcakes on his site are registered with the new tax website.
The chili-lime design here is perfect for a hunk of juicy melon, and also delicious with mango.
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Origin and Etymology of mango
First Known Use: 1582See Words from the same year
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Definition of mango for English Language Learners
: a juicy tropical fruit that has firm yellow and red skin and a hard seed at its center
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