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Flavors available on opening day include vanilla glazed, chocolate, pistachio, lemon cardamom, vanilla cream and Boston cream.
The breast of wild pigeon’s pink meat and crispy, fatty skin is served with a rich pistachio sauce—the entire sequence seeming to guide you through the monastery’s surrounding woodlands.
The hummus is accompanied by warm, seasoned pita triangles drizzled with olive oil, salty feta crumbles, crunchy toasted pistachios and small bits of green onion.
Put these around the platter, add some blackberries and pistachios on top and serve with the Blackberry vinaigrette on the side.
Toast to remove skins Toast hazelnuts or pistachios about 6-8 minutes to remove their skins.
Bill Phillimore of Paramount Farming, which grows pistachios and other crops for financier Stewart Resnick's Wonderful agribusiness empire, attended the board meeting but wouldn't say if Paramount would help pay for WaterFix.
Sweets of all shapes and sizes, some covered with a thin silver foil, some studded with almonds and pistachios, surround Gupta’s staff.
The addition of apples, pistachios, and shallot dressing turns shaved brussels sprouts into a discovery.
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