Coming from Breadfruit
, which is in the heart of Lagos and going to CMS in 1959, we weren't looking at others like this one is from Ibadan and that one is from Ogbomoso.
is a traditional carbohydrate staple in the Pacific and the Caribbean, says Robert-Nkrumah, but has declined considerably in importance while the consumption of imported food has increased.
is a species of flowering tree in the mulberry family growing throughout Southeast Asia, South India, and most Pacific Ocean islands.
answers WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN: Arthur Ransome; Breadfruit
tree; Freetown; 1070.
This has led researchers to look internally for locally available food sources of high nutritive value for example the African Breadfruit
[6, 7, 8, 9].
In the spirit of Marder and Vieira's association of specific plants with particular philosophical modes I would propose a productive reading might be made of the significance of a number of plants in My Garden (Book): (1999), in very different locations: the Wisteria in her Vermont garden, the Breadfruit
Tree, and the Rubber Tree in the glass house in the Botanical Garden in Antigua.
Rimas or breadfruit
is a unique fruit tree because its fruit is seedless.
Meanwhile, Ed Kenney, who helped spur the restaurant scene's evolution toward local ingredients, works alongside executive chef Erik Leong to create a delicious ode to the "family feast" with whole snapper served with seaweed, roasted kakui nuts, fiddlehead fern salad, and buttered breadfruit
at Mahina & Sun's (mahinaandsuns.com).
(Artocarpus altilis) is widely available in tropical and subtropical regions across the globe, with the genus Artocarpus (Moraceae) being comprised of approximately 50 species .
Including unusual ingredients is part of Breadfruit
and Rum Bar's design as well; Allen used myrrh resin in one cocktail last winter.
A viable and simple method for the large scale production of breadfruit
(Artocarpus altilis) using tissue culture is used at the Food and Agricultural Research Extension Institute in line with the Food Security policy of Mauritius.
Bounty sailed for Tahiti to collect and propagate breadfruit
(Artocarpus altilis) for export to the West Indies as slave rations.
The island nation occupies a larger display area of 583 sq m in Hall 5.2, Stand 109 will provide a Maldivian setting to visitors with a perfect backdrop to have their photos taken in Maldivian costumes, admire the art of calligraphy sand and palm leaves art, taste Maldivian delicacies from fried yam and breadfruit
to sweet coconut balls or win a trip for two to the Maldives.