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a Spanish American of pure European stock (usually Spanish)

cocoa of superior quality

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It uses an Ecuador-grown Cuban seed Habano wrapper over a Jalapa Criollo binder and Nicaraguan, San Andres and Dominican fillers.
Furthermore, the highland mestizo and coastal criollo divide that characterizes Peru's national ethnic imaginary complicates the mestizo/Indian dichotomy in that highland mestizos are likewise positioned in an inferior social status relative to the nation's coastal urban criollo elite.
Akesson's chocolate (75 percent Criollo cocoa content) with a North Fujian Wulong tea, a Wuyi Shan Rou Gui.
The blend of Forastero and Criollo beans that grow on the Santo Domingo half of the island produces a dark chocolate with a very pronounced cocoa flavor.
In the interest of profit, globalization boasts no borders, giving all farmers an opportunity to leave their agricultural lands, as subsidized produce from developed countries flood the markets, out pricing native criollo produce.
Oscar Chamosa, The Argentine Folklore Movement: Sugar Elites, Criollo Workers, and the Politics of Cultural Nationalism, 1900-1955 (Tucson: University of Arizona Press 2010)
The Square will be an eclectic all-day dining restaurant with interactive cooking stations; Criollo will offer handmade chocolate treats; the Lobby Lounge will provide light snacks and drinks; and Hive is set to become most stylish lounges.
One of his first and most successful films, Maria Candelaria (1943), projected the idea of a nation by focusing on the indigena (masculine form of the English noun "Indigene") rather than the Criollo ("Creole") as the "quintessential" Mexican.
Luis Fortuno's Criollo Stimulus Plan, is under construction in San Juan for $7 million, reports Caribbean Business (Nov.
Panchita, part of chef Gaston Acurio's culinary empire, specializes in criollo dishes.
Nunez , whose alias is Vladimir, was the manager of Rincon Criollo, a Clinton restaurant, where cocaine deals allegedly were negotiated and consummated.
Oscar Chamosa The Argentine Folklore Movement: Sugar Elites, Criollo Workers, and the Politics of Cultural Nationalism, 1900-1955 Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2010, xi + 271 pp.
Emergildo Criollo of the Cofan people remembers how it all began.
Our analysis of the Criollo genome has uncovered the genetic basis of pathways leading to the most important quality traits of chocolate -- oil, flavonoid and terpene biosynthesis," said Siela Maximova, associate professor of horticulture, Penn State, and a member of the research team.