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Comes with potato chunks fried in beef tallow and tossed in parsley.
Loewenstein can personally attest to the tallow tree's ability to grow in residential areas.
Back in the days of newsstands, readers would grab it off the rack and then retire to their caves to read, by the light of burning tallow, the preview of the car that interested them.
Brewers particularly like the Texas honey because the native nectar sources include tallow, cotton, mesquite, in addition to natural wildflowers from the Hill Country.
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Origin and Etymology of tallow
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of tallow for English Language Learners
: fat from cattle and sheep that is used chiefly to make candles and soap
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