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It is fringed by yucca, plantains and a rotting cacao tree.
The exceptional service is made even more so by the extras that are peppered throughout your meal, including yucca chips, a spring roll and pineapple tea with cookies.
Maria del Carmen’s family tries to feed her with baby bottles, making purees with plantains, squash or yucca.
The fried yucca, with an herbaceous cilantro aioli, are like oversized french fries, crisp outside and fluffier inside than a potato ever could be.
Their tough fibrous nature is a lot like yucca or agave, both similar North American fiber-bearing succulents.
Real yams are entirely different root vegetables that are more like yucca in texture and flavor.
In a dizzying display, the tiny birds dart from salvia to yucca, systematically sipping nectar.
Saint James, 68, lives alone in a Spanish-style condo in Los Angeles with a back room and sun porch that overlooks yucca plants and nature.
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