[ US /ˈmeɪsə/ ]
[ UK /mˈe‍ɪsɐ/ ]
  1. a city in Arizona just to the east of Phoenix; originally a suburb of Phoenix
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How To Use Mesa In A Sentence

  • Each of us was served a little mound of risotto, on which I ground pepper and sprinkled Parmesan, with a side of green salad.
  • Italian flag pasta – tossed with pesto and fried mangold on top, tossed with butter and parmesan on top, and tossed with tomato sauce and more of the same sauce on top. Bento #287 « Were rabbits
  • Finish the dish by adding the chopped sage, some olive oil, mascarpone and parmesan. Times, Sunday Times
  • Parmesan is a generic term used to describe a family of hard Italian cheeses.
  • The Virgin and Santa Clara rivers snake easily between flat-topped mesas, following paths of least resistance.
  • In October, the retailer said it would shut 21% of its namesake North American stores over the next two years, coming to terms with the overextension of its store network before the recession and predictions that U.S. growth will be slow. Gap's Profit Falls 36%
  • It's odd how there's no mention at all of how the terra cotta warriors, the namesakes of the show, came about.
  • Philosophy major Wylie Dufresne hopes to dine with founding fathers, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson; compares line cooks to lab researchers; and rejects the term molecular gastronomy to define the cuisine at his Michelin-star namesake restaurant, wd~50. Louise McCready: Curious Wylie Dufresne Defends the Science of Cooking
  • In like manner, the behavioral divorce from certain psychotherapy concepts (and alliance or mésalliance with others), has taken various forms.
  • Place the flour, Parmesan, butter and a pinch of salt in a food processor and blend briefly.
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