- n. roselle
- From Spanish (Wiktionary)
“#3 by tom on March 25th, 2010 john you are right, jamaica is the best. the other islands are boring. thats right too bahamas only have atlantis and my mother was robed a few months ago with many others its not safe. jamaica rules, friendly people, beautifull country great culture good food. jamaica i love you”
“No BROMANCE?? over here in jamaica BRomance is well known and everybody loves it but when i check it out, the dudes act a little bit gay …. i mean crying on each-other’s shoulders …. and hugging bare skinned and sweaty … enough details but oh weeds that show is gay.”
“If you don’t get the invite, look me up: christine in jamaica plain, ma by”
“Another very refreshing drink is jamaica, that is to say, pronounced to rhyme with Formica, Ha-mica.”
“To his right are tamarind fruit and heaps of dried hibiscus or "jamaica" blossoms.”
A merchant sits beside the scale at his Mexican tianguis market stall. White rice, beans in different colors and driend maiz grains take center stage. To his right are tamarind fruit and heaps of dried hibiscus or "jamaica" blossoms. To the left, cones of brown sugar sit in a green tub. © Daniel Wheeler, 2009
“A fresh, home made fruit agua, such as jamaica or tamarindo, is a wonderful accompaniment to the many flavors found in the comida.”
“Floral edibles such as jamaica (hibiscus flowers), tila (linden flowers), colorin (coral-tree flowers) and flor de calabaza (squash blossoms) have been, and still are, Mexican market staples and important sources of food and beverages.”
“A fresh, homemade fruit agua, such as jamaica or tamarindo, is a wonderful accompaniment to the many flavors found in the comida.”
“This jamaica, it turns out, is an indigenous Mexican plant.”
“For my second bottle, I decided to go more exotic and try the jamaica flavor.”
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