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Grilled chopped duck liver ($11) looks like a wreath with half-moons of purple daikon, sesame seeds and white leek blossoms providing a brilliant contrast to a deep blue plate.
Other flavors include Moringa Mint (dairy free made with avocado, coconut, lime and rolled in pistachio) and Papaya Orange ice cream (vegan and gluten free made with ginger and pumpkin rolled in toasted sesame seeds).
Green Teagan and Sara This one features a matcha green tea glaze sprinkled with black sesame seeds and a light dusting of freeze dried raspberry.
Note: Tahini is a sesame seed paste that can be found in the ethnic food section of most grocery stores.
Their garlic bread turns out to be a very thin disc with garlic chives and melted cheese inside and sesame seeds on top.
Simmons is also sharing a recipe for the Diamond Reserve Bloody Mary, which puts a celebratory twist on the classic brunch cocktail with the addition of chili seasoning, black and white sesame seeds, sesame oil and dry prosecco.
Stir in the soy sauce, toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds.
For the salmon burgers: To make the slaw: In a mixing bowl, combine the vinegar, sesame oil, Sriracha, sugar, lime juice, sesame seeds and salt.
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SESAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sesame for English Language Learners
: a plant that is grown in warm regions and that produces small flat seeds that are used in cooking and as a source of oil
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