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This was the curious case of the Joshua tree and the yucca moth.
Sometimes subsurface testing is needed to confirm a burial’s location, but the presence of vegetation common to cemeteries, such as vinca and yucca, also can provide a hint.
The yucca adds little, but the ripe plantains sweeten the entire concoction just enough without overpowering the other flavors.
Trifongo has the same basic elements as Mofongo, but the cooks also mash in yucca and sweet plantains.
A few steps away, a small yucca plant sent up a stalk and began to bloom.
The display also has recent color photos of tribal members, a description of the annual yucca festival and other information.
Fish ceviche is made with swai (Vietnamese catfish), and the mixed ceviche has squid rings, shrimp and swai in citrus juice with yucca fries and rocoto chile sauce.
Turner pointed out a series of triangular wedges in a slope rising 1,000 feet above the road and covered with the stubble of yucca and rabbitbrush.
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