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In 2002 bulldozers began uprooting olive groves and pomegranate trees to make way for a system of fencing and barriers intended to prevent suicide bombers from crossing over from the West Bank.
But the real treat: A creme brulee triumvirate - mini portions of pomegranate, blueberry and cinnamon.
Considerably more delicate than your average California GSM, the 2015 wine broods, showing bright red fruit flavors of cranberry, pomegranate and red currant, underscored by a quieter gamey side.
Among the ones that have not: wheat germ, acai, pomegranate and goji berries.
Decanters or candle hurricanes can double as vases, and pomegranates can function as extra festive touches and party favors.
This herbaceous blend of pineapple, pomegranate seeds, and grapes is much better than your average fruit salad.
Fairchild brought back soybeans (from Indonesia), peaches and oranges (from China), pomegranates (from Malta), nectarines (from Afghanistan), papayas (from Ceylon), red seedless grapes (from Italy) and hops (from Bavaria).
Georgia has been famous for its fruits and vegetables, including plums, grapes and pomegranates, for centuries.
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: a round, red fruit that has a thick skin and many large seeds
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