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Each Flavor Finder will receive a $2,000 stipend to travel to their flavor destination of choice, whether that’s to China for rambutan, Buenos Aires for Rioja, Turkey for pistachios, or California for apricots.
Catalina opened her basket and saw the ingredients were a tower of doughnuts, rambutans (a tropical fruit covered in soft barbs that tastes like a lychee) and ricotta cheese
An indicative moment: audiences are asked to sit on the floor in a room and reflect on context-free statistics projected on the wall, then handed a snack of rambutan.
Dessert, in keeping with tradition, consists solely of fresh fruit, and the $6 plate of jackfruit, rambutan and lychee makes a fine finale.
Those fruit could be everything from the melon-like dragonfruit flesh found under its scaly red and green peel, to the hairy rambutan, to the odiferous smell and sweet, custardy texture of the durian.
And what about kohlrabi, cardoon, pomelos, rambutan or cherimoya?
Some offered complimentary tea tasting or a sample of rambutan, a tropical spiny red fruit.
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Origin and Etymology of rambutan
First Known Use: 1707See Words from the same year
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