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Bang Bang’s pimento burger comes with deep-fried pickles.
Bar Botellón, named for the endlessly popular Spanish tradition of public drinking, embraces this style, offering fusion-y bites of Spanish tortilla twinged with lemon rind or crostini topped with a pimento spread.
In a medium bowl, using a wooden spoon, blend the goat cheese with the cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, pimentos, scallions, relish, and onion powder.
On Saturday morning, golfers from around the country will gather in a small Georgia town to nibble on pimento-cheese sandwiches and compete for the honor of wearing a coveted green jacket.
Tesar is scolded for a bad pimento and crab dish and for poor leadership in the kitchen.
Add peas, pimentos, and a couple of tablespoons (additional) soy sauce.
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Origin and Etymology of pimento
Spanish pimienta allspice, pepper, from Late Latin pigmenta, plural of pigmentum plant juice, from Latin, pigment
First Known Use: 1660See Words from the same year
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