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Restaurant operators can also throw different types of wood, such as apple, cherry, hickory or mesquite, on top of the coal to add flavors when roasting meat, poultry or vegetables in the oven, Hofmann explained.
The kid whistles, summoning a horse from a copse of mesquite.
No famished migrants stumble from the clumps of mesquite trees lining the dirt road.
Kids — and the kid at heart — can brush up on their bug-collecting skills, work on arts and crafts centered around insects, and taste cooked mealworm larva in mesquite, teriyaki and barbecue.
Goodfellow also experiments with smoked beer and has used beechwood and mesquite.
To grill chicken, use mesquite charcoal if possible.
With its black four-poster bed, leather chairs and simple mesquite table, our room was more subdued in design than the splashy lobby.
Trudi’s 27-year-old daughter, Olivia, and their Weimaraner dogs, Luna and Hershey, accompany us on a ride through the high desert of cactus, mesquite, aromatic wormwood and desert lavender.
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Origin and Etymology of mesquite
First Known Use: 1759See Words from the same year
Definition of Mesquite
MESQUITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mesquite for English Language Learners
: a tree or bush that grows in the southwestern U.S. and Mexico and that has a hard wood which is often used in grilling food because of the special flavor produced by its smoke; also : the wood of the mesquite
MESQUITE Defined for Kids
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