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Synonyms for tamarindo

long-lived tropical evergreen tree with a spreading crown and feathery evergreen foliage and fragrant flowers yielding hard yellowish wood and long pods with edible chocolate-colored acidic pulp

large tropical seed pod with very tangy pulp that is eaten fresh or cooked with rice and fish or preserved for curries and chutneys

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For Tamarindo Puree: To make enough puree to prepare four Margaritas, begin with 11/2 pounds of fresh tamarindos.
Two faults, one tectonic and one volcanic, define the geography of the valley, making for dramatic Tamarindo had a bit of what we all wanted: Rustic potholed roads provided the sense of ruggedness Chad sought, yet our hotel, Zully Mar, had a well-kept pool where Frenchie could lounge and air-conditioned rooms for after the sun.
The Tamarindo Buying Group, made up of Alpen Sierra Coffee, Ecco Cafe, Intelligentsia, and Boot Consulting, will take delivery in about a month and begin selling the award winning coffee to their customers.
Latin lesson: a week in San Jose and Tamarindo with breakfasts and all flights costs pounds 742 a person in November when two share through Kuoni; call 01306-742888.
Expansion is more than inevitable; it's happening," says Vieques Chamber of Commerce President Burr Vail, who owns the 16-room Hacienda Tamarindo, one of the largest inns on the island.
Martin Pipe will have four runners, with Tony McCoy riding Eudipe, Conor O'Dwyer on Cyborgo, Timmy Murphy aboard Tamarindo and Jimmy Frost partnering St Mellion Fairway.
Martin Pipe has left in Challenger du Luc, Cyborgo, Eudipe, Decyborg, Farfadet V, Jathib, St Mellion Fairway, Tamarindo and Tell The Nipper.
Pipe is the only trainer to take advantage of the recent change to the conditions of the race to allow six-year-olds to be entered, with Cyfor Malta, Farfadet V, Tamarindo and Tipstaff.
The Betterware Gold Cup favourite Tamarindo was in trouble after just one circuit and pulled up with nearly a mile to run.
FAVOURITE backers didn't get a run for their money with Tamarindo at Ascot yesterday.
The purchaser was Tamarindo, LLC, a family-owned business from Central America.
A 2014 TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award winner, the Costa Rica hotel is the only resort within 10 miles of the quaint surf village of Tamarindo, where guests will enjoy laid-back restaurants, vibrant bars and charming shops.
Michael walked out of his hotel one evening in the seaside town of Tamarindo and never came back.
10, 2012 said it has put out to tender construction of a new branch in Tamarindo, Guanacaste Province, with an estimated value of $1.
Silvia's care packages to her son were loaded with Dennis's favorites: Cinnamon Pop Tarts, mango-flavored candy and tamarindo, a concoction made from sweet and sour tamarind pulp.