grains of paradise

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In a large pan, saute the garA[degrees] lic and spring onion together until fragrant and then add the amomum fruit, star anise, cinnaA[degrees] mon, soy sauce, ketchup, sugar, potato starch and beef broth.
Amomum Roxb is the second largest genus within the Zingiberaceae, comprising about 150-180 species, including several types of cardamom.
Also, Cornus amomum (swamp dogwood) and Ulmus thomasii (rock elm) probably represent misidentifications by Gates (1912) as they are generally not found in this part of Illinois.
2) Si nihilo minus vigilant, quidam somnum moliuntur potui dando aquam, in qua papaver aut hyoscyamos decocta sint, alii mandragorae mala pulvino subiciunt, alii vel amomum vel sycamini lacrimam fronti inducunt (Cels.
KRL Waste Disposal Parcels Name 1969- 1963- 1960- 1957- 1954- 1976 1969 1963 1960 1957 Acer negundo (box 23 75 -- 15 8 elder) * Acer rubrum (red -- -- -- -- -- maple) * Acer saccharinum -- 15 -- -- -- (silver maple) * Aesculus glabra -- -- -- -- -- (Ohio buckeye) * Ailanthus altissima -- 8 75 -- 45 (tree of heaven) Catalpa bignonoides -- -- -- -- -- (common catalpa) Catalpa speciosa -- -- 8 -- 8 (northern catalpa) Celtis occidentalis 8 8 -- -- -- (hackberry) * Cornus amomum 15 -- -- -- -- (pale dogwood) * Cornus drummondi -- -- -- -- 223 (roughleaf dogwood) * Cornus racemosa -- 90 -- -- -- (gray dogwood)* Fraxinus americana -- -- -- -- -- (white ash) * Fraxinus pennsylvanica 23 52 -- -- 8 var.
Poulsen 2004 A New Species of Amomum (Zingiberaceae) from Borneo.
For though those things be not so strong as perfumes, yet you may have them continually at your hand; whereas perfumes you can take but at times; and besides, there be divers things that breath better of themselves, than when they come to the fire; as nigella romana, the seed of melanthium, amomum, etc.
Of the two plants that produce cardamom seeds -- Eletteria cardamomum and Amomum cardamomum -- Guatemala cultivates the first, which is the finer variety, and is native to the Malabar coast of India.
Shrub-scrub was dominated by Viburnum recognitum (14%), Frangula alnus (14%), and Cornus amomum (13%) in the shrub layer, and by Solidago altissima (5%) in the herb layer.