Variation in manuka oil lure efficacy for capturing Xyleborus glabratus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), and cubeb
oil as an alternative attractant.
For example, the cubeb
was known as kababa, a good Arabic derivation related to kubba "ball" and, of course, kabab "kebab," originally referring to the round balls of meat cooked upon skewers.
is a seed that is not commonly eaten in Nigeria; it is closely by related to cubeb
pepper, black pepper and long pepper.
The couple use ingredients native to or commonly used in Africa like baobab fruit, cashew nuts, alligator pepper cubeb
and hibiscus flowers to produce a twist on a range of common sauces like ketchups, savoury jams and relishes.
In this recipe the pastry shells are formed, chicken or pork is first simmered and chopped finely, spiced with cloves, mace, cubeb
(a relative of pepper) mixed with bone marrow and sugar and then baked in the coffins.
A ella se anaden ingredientes como el cardamomo verde, el cilantro y las bayas de cubeb
The flavouring of the drink comes from a recipe of 10 ingredients: almond, lemon peel, liquorice, juniper berries, orris root, angelica, coriander, cassia, cubeb
and grains of paradise.
The new drink is a refined blend of bergamot from Calabria, lemons from Sicily, Spanish saffron, myrrh from Ethiopia, ginger from India and cubeb
pepper from Indonesia, and comes in a lavish gold bottle that lights up its black case.
grew only in western Java so he identified the coastline as Javanese.
There are over 1,000 species in the Piperaceae family, the most significant being those that bear the Indian and Javanese long pepper, the cubeb
pepper, and of course the almighty peppercorn.