an aromatic herb that the leaves of which are used to flavor dishes or pressed to make an extract
The fruit of the coconut palm, made up of a fibrous husk surrounding large, brown, hard-shelled seed. The coconut seed contains white flesh surrounding a juice-filled central cavity. Unripe coconut flesh is jellylike; when ripe the flesh becomes firm and white in color. The flesh of the coconut is shredded for use in food
Give us a box filled with beautiful, shiny chocolates on Valentine’s Day and we will gladly devour the contents—while you watch, if you don’t move fast enough! But New York City–based chocolatier Jacques Torres tells chocoholics to play fair on February 14th, or to at least give their lovers a fighting chance. Continue reading →
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