orzo

[ UK /ˈɔːzə‍ʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. pasta shaped like pearls of barley; frequently prepared with lamb in Greek cuisine
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  • Rapid phenotypic selection has resulted in canine breeds as diverse as the tall, refined borzoi and the short, stocky pug; no other species of animal displays the range of phenotypic diversity seen in purebred dogs.
  • Salsify features narrow, leek-like leaves, violet-red flowers and light yellow root, whereas scorzonera's leaves are somewhat wider, its flowers yellow, its creamy white root concealed by dark brown skin.
  • I decided on roast breast of duck, served with the same potato terrine, some glazed parsnips and scorzonera.
  • The leaves of scorzonera are used in salad with a plain or French dressing. Vaughan's Vegetable Cook Book (4th edition) How to Cook and Use Rarer Vegetables and Herbs
  • Drain orzo and toss with tomato mixture. Add feta and toss again.
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  • Yo! honeymoon india package romantic vacation regione puglia asl DISCARICO COMUNICAZIONE BANCA pantaloni sportivi donna orzo perlato neonato prezziario regione basilicata hotel i melograni vieste rimborso spese associazione conto corrente banca di roma albergo ad ovindoli Reso Condemning MoveOn Passes Overwhelmingly, With Lots Of Dems
  • They are also served up like scorzonera and endive, with white sauce; and form, in whatever way they are dressed, a tender, succulent dish, easy to digest, agreeing with the most delicate stomach. The Field and Garden Vegetables of America Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varietes; With Directions for Propagation, Culture and Use.
  • It was an israeli couscous salad with just a touch of orzo, yellow split peas, quinoa mixed with diced red onion, cucumber, and tomatoes, sliced basil, chopped parsley, s + p probably a sherry vinaigrette of some sort, sounds pretty basic but with the split peas giving it a nice toothsome crunch and the quinoa was a nice surprise to boot. Pearl couscous with olives and roasted tomatoes | smitten kitchen
  • The insects are harvested in Venustiano Carranza and a paste is made with them which is used to make the lacquer in Chiapa de Corzo. Any Chiapas backroad driving experts?
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