- n. Plural form of eggplant.
“Pasta, caponata made with baby eggplants from the Asian supermarket (brinjals), asparagus and rosemary decoration.”
“The creamy richness of sesame and peanuts smothering the velvety eggplants is simply phenomenal.”
“While I liked the stuffed eggplants from the night before, I wanted something different.”
“Miso and eggplant are one of my favorite combinations—especially when I can get my hands on long, thin Asian eggplants—but you could use zucchini or portobello mushrooms instead.”
“I should have thought to mention in the post that aubergines are called eggplants in quite a lot of the world - thanks for the reminder :”
“The transgenic vegetable, also known as eggplants, which”
“Half a dozen recipes are provided, but all in American measurements and nomenclature ( "eggplants", "ground lamb") despite this being the British/European edition.”
“Also, when diversity is emphasized, it is not necessary to deemphasize culturally popular vegetables such as eggplants or cucumbers that are supposedly low in nutritional value.”
“You should avoid places other plants have been grown for 3 years such as eggplants, peppers, potatoes or tomatoes since they are susceptible to verticillium wilt which is associated with those plants.”
“If any taboo issues are raised, couples can dispel further discussion by making up a code word to refer to the issue such as eggplants, or Mickey Mouse, and so forth, "she said.”
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