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Synonyms for butternut

North American walnut tree having light-brown wood and edible nuts

oily egg-shaped nut of an American tree of the walnut family

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On the shelves at the moment are tons of carrots, parsnips, swedes, celeriac, turnips, sweet potato, kohlrabi, butter nut squash, pumpkins and beets.
Add a splash of olive oil to a fresh saucepan and sweat the diced onion, the peeled, cubed butter nut squash, the thinly sliced chilli, minced garlic, paprika and oregano for a couple of minutes.
It sat with the braised onions on a bed of mash with celeriac and butter nut squash side.
Shea butter is the key ingredient in Out of Africa soaps, and company president Victor Lulla says it has long been recognized as the "gold of Africa." Moisturization, revitalization and the ability to heal the body are among the core benefits derived from the shea butter nut, he says.
Others demonstrate how to make a mouth-watering entree, side dish, or snack: Ben's Friday (wheat-free) Pancakes; Grace's Mole con Polio (chicken with Mexican chocolate sauce); Maple Butter Nut Granola; Napa Cabbage Slaw; Broccoli, Cauliflower & Carrots in Cheddar Cheese Sauce; Three Sisters Stew.