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Borago opened in Santiago in 2006, but Guzman insists he is--just now--getting down to cooking.
1 Nepata cataria Gandh soi Leaves 2 Levandula stoeches Kalwuth Leaves 3 Fumaria indica Shahter Leaves 4 Adianthum capillus Gavtheer Leaves 5 Borago officinalis Kahzaban Leaves Plant material
BETULACEAE Alnus acuminata * BORAGINACEAE Borago officinalis Phacelia pinnatifida * BRASSICACEAE Brassica sp.
emplean sus Gibbs & Semir hojas (sub Chorisia insignis Kth.) BORAGINACEAE Borago borraja Diaforetico Jujuy (CYC) officinalis L.
Flowers of many species are primarily used for therapeutical and/or medicinal purpose, such as Tropaeolum majus, Calendula officinalis, Rosa spp., Viola odorata, Viola tricolor, Taraxacum officinale, Sambucus nigra, Borago officinalis, Robinia pseudoaccacia, Malva sylvestris, Tagetes erecta, Cosmos sulphureus, Antigonon leptopus, Bouganvillea glabra, Salvia splendens, Camelia japonica, Bauhinia purpurea and Allamanda cathartica (SANGALLI et al., 2007; KAISOON et al., 2011; MLCEK; ROP, 2011; LI et al., 2014).
I'd also love to explore more of South America, taking in Chile [including Borago and 99, among others], Argentina [too many to name], and Brazil [with Lasai and A Casa do Porco high on the list], including the wine regions, of course, as a glorified gourmet backpacker."
styriaca Gerb), borago (Borago officinalis L.) and black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) to temperature.
Clinical Assessment of Treatment Outcomes Following Borago officinalis Extract Therapy in Patients Presenting with Cyclical Mastalgia.
Growth and fatty acid composition of borage (Borago officinalis L.) leaves and seeds cultivated in saline medium.
From March 2009 to October 2011, the soil of the vineyard was not tilled but cover cropped with spontaneous species (Avena fatua spp., Calendula officinalis L., Petroselinum crispum, Carlina hispanica Lam., Chondrilla juncea L., Scandix pecten-veneris L., Borago officinalis L., and other minor species).
Thankfully, the dress code is not so minimal in Borago, a wildly creative restaurant that currently entire 4,300km length of Chile.
Thankfully, the dress code is not so minimal in Borago, a wildly creative restaurant that currently rates eighth in Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants list.