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The Los Angeles company also packages pomegranate juice, citrus fruits and bottled water.
Expansive skirts on fashionable dress of the period proved the perfect blank canvas to showcase chintzes lush with pomegranates and lotus flowers à la Indiennes.
The farmer-finders, all brothers from the Yang family, had been digging for water to feed their pomegranate and persimmon trees.
Scatter rice with carrots, pistachios, almonds, pomegranate and herbs.
The Pomagrana, from the Conca de Barberà region in northeastern Spain, is light, herbal and fruity, as in, yes, pomegranates.
Then there’s the Tapt brand maple water, which is water that has been removed from the sap via reverse osmosis, then infused with a touch of syrup and flavors such as grapefruit, blueberry and cranberry-pomegranate.
Desserts at most Japanese restaurants aren’t that compelling, but at Iyasare the chef has concocted the perfect ending: lemon verbena and almond semifreddo ($9) with pomegranates, apples and sweet oolong tea poured on table side.
Piccirillo, for example, encourages me to eat a lot red foods like red beans, pomegranates, beets, cherries, and red cabbage.
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