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Raising the Mission Valley food scene bar, the ranch offers the Tuscan Kale Salad with watermelon radishes, chives, carrots, green beans, cauliflower, golden raisins, toasted pumpkin seeds and shaved parmesan, all tossed in a zesty vinaigrette.
Loose trail mix vs. trail mix bars: Good ol’ raisins and peanuts are perfect for a hike, and manufacturers have attempted to make this age-old snack even more convenient by turning it into a bar.
The breakfasts, all gluten- and dairy-free, include Bircher Muesli with apple and raspberries, Nutty Granola with cashews, almonds, and hazelnuts, and Original Granola with raisins, toasted seeds, and coconut.
Much like the sun shrivels a grape into a raisin as water evaporates, the powerful rays do the same to our skin cells.
For this roasted salmon recipe, finely chopping the walnuts, preserved lemon, and golden raisins gets them into every mouthful.
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.
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: a dried grape used for food
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