tamarillo


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South American arborescent shrub having pale pink blossoms followed by egg-shaped reddish-brown edible fruit somewhat resembling a tomato in flavor

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Tamarillo, also known as tomate de arbol or tree tomato, is a fruit native to the Andes Mountains, from Peru and Chile to Bolivia.
Tamarillo Grove, a 5-1 shot, defied top weight to land his third win in four starts in the feature 2m1f handicap hurdle and complete a 65-1 double for Leech and Moore.
Although the 59 cross-country starters battled through terrible weather conditions on Saturday, the ground on the course held up, only deteriorating into heavy as Tamarillo made his late challenge.
Although the 59 cross-country starters on Saturday battled through terrible weather conditions, the ground on the course held up, only deteriorating into heavy as Tamarillo made his late challenge.
Tamarillo suffered an injury to the stifle - the equivalent of the human knee - and will not be able to take part in the show-jumping today.
Through Transglobal, she will be supplying the UK market with products that offer uniquely New Zealand flavours such as persimmom chutney, tamarillo chutney, kiwi salsa verde and manuka honey mustard.
The actual crops covered include achira, ahipa, arracacha, maca, mashua, mauka, oca, potatoes, ulloco, yacon, kaniwa, kiwicha, quinoa, basul, nunas (popping beans), tarwi, peppers, squashes and their relatives, berries, capuli cherry, chertimoya, goldenberry (Cape gooseberry), Highland papyas, naranjilla (Lulo), pacay (ice cream beans), passion-fruits, pepino, tamarillo (tree tomato), Quito palm and walnuts.
Bargain buy Tenby Jewel showed a tenacious attitude under Tony McCoy to narrowly land the 2m handicap hurdle after a duel in the home straight with Tamarillo Grove.
Amongst the most interesting Made in Colombia exports to Canada include specialized knitwear, sportswear and lingerie, showing a dedicated and highly qualified apparel and textiles scene; high quality leather footwear, softgel capsules and packaging display a very innovative manufacturing opportunity; exquisite avocado, fresh tamarillo and pitahaya exhibit Colombia's exotic flavours; and confectionary products, including grauffetes and waffles stand proudly produced in Colombia.
William Fox-Pitt, third on his 2005 Burghley winner Ballincoola, who was ninth at Badminton in 2006, was delighted to get so close with one horse but disappointed to finish down in 18th with 2004 winner Tamarillo.
William Fox Pitt showed his usual form by jumping a superb clear on Tamarillo, ensuring that the team gold was secure.
The aim for all five of us was to keep our score below 50, which those of us who finished did and William Fox-Pitt would have done had Tamarillo not picked up his injury.
The day had started badly for Britain with the news that Fox-Pitt had withdrawn after his horse, Tamarillo, had failed a precautionary vets' inspection after the cross-country phase.
And British medal hopes were dealt a knock by the withdrawal of William Fox-Pitt and Tamarillo from the three-day event competition after an injury to the horse's stifle - the equivalent of the human knee.