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Breadfruit and Rum Bar in Phoenix offers a daily rum punch special, such as this black cherry version.
Murch's UBC laboratory has established tissue culture protocols for mass propagation of breadfruit trees in a sterile environment.
In this essay, Marisa Parham adds yet another keyword to the larger discussion of Glissant's poetics: breadfruit as a heavenly food and a metaphor to think critically about Glissant's Caribbean discourse.
The traditionally-stained glass windows at St Paul's Church, at Breadfruit in Laos, turned out to be "the worst job I've ever done
The traditionallystained glass windows at St Paul's Church, at Breadfruit in Laos, turned out to be "the worst job I've ever done
A carrot salsa, a mango gel, sunflower seeds that have been poached in lemongrass and ginger, caramelised breadfruit and a breadfruit and orange sorbet; this is food that wouldnat look out of place at a fine-dining restaurant.
overloaded his canoe with yucca and breadfruit, and went down between
The most important agricultural crops are cotton, coconut, breadfruit, mango, lime, banana, pumpkin and taro in addition to sugar cane and tea for domestic consumption.
When the coconut is ready, add bananas and breadfruit, and cook it in an outdoor oven called an umu.
Nutritional and morphological diversity of breadfruit (Artocarpus, Moraceae): Identification of elite cultivars for food security.
Kukuiula also has a less-common feature: a 10-acre farm where bananas, papayas, pineapples, arugula, chard, herbs and breadfruit are grown.
Cocolisap infects not only coconut trees but also fruit trees such as avocado, breadfruit, mango, guava, papaya, cocoa, cassava, cotton, oil palm, papaya, rubber, sugarcane, mangosteen and tea.
In addition to being a valuable, nutritious food, breadfruit is used in Hawaii and other regions to control insects.