Definition of raisin
: a grape of any of several varieties that has been dried in the sun or by artificial heat
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Among the culinary ingredients in past and current Dogfish Head beers: raisins, blood orange juice, peaches, apricots, coconut, lobster, chocolate, cocoa, granola, wasabi ... and parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.
Think broccoli, raisin and carrot, or carrot, snow pea and radish, or radish, jicama and apple, or apple, fennel and cabbage, or cabbage, carrot and scallion, or scallion, edamame and bacon.
For early risers, though, there’s a special menu that’s only available until 11 a.m. that includes scrambled tofu wraps and raisin walnut bread toasted with butter or cream cheese.
The gonzo brewery Dogfish Head—which makes its beers with foodstuffs like green raisins, lime peels, parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme—has established a beachhead near the Delaware shore with the 16-room Dogfish Inn.
For dessert: tea and zarda, a sweet Pakistani rice with nuts, coconut and raisins.
Rock the Casbah: Cashews, raisins, coconut, coconut Milk, turmeric, cardamom and harissa oil.
Also, the raisins, when used, are soaked first in rum and added to the batter in the pan, rather than made into a separate sauce.
Keeping trail mix, a banana, raisins, avocado slices or an energy gel pack handy can help, the doctors suggested.
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Definition of Raisin
river about 115 miles (185 kilometers) long in southeastern Michigan flowing into Lake Erie
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Definition of raisin for English Language Learners
: a dried grape used for food
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Definition of raisin for Students
: a sweet dried grape used for food
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