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“He starts with a mixture of olives such as kalamata, Nicoise, Arbequina, Cerignola, picholine and oil-cured black olives.”
“I think they just fell out onto the floor, like black kalamata olives.”
“You'll need pasta, cherry tomatoes, garlic, anchovy paste, olive oil and kalamata olives.”
“Well, we should be able to pair that with wine – except for the rum, apricots, golden raisins, kalamata figs, coconut, and dates.”
“For dinner on Wednesday—a thousand bucks a head—she made radishes dipped in butter, which she compared to candy apples, Spanish mackerel poached in kalamata olive oil and braised duck legs with lentils, black chickpeas and chanterelles.”
“Top with sliced tomatoes, minced kalamata olives, salt, pepper, and a dusting of oregano. 2 cups warm water (100°F to 110°F) 2 tablespoons rapid-rise yeast”
“Lamb kefta ($12), three free-form patties of moist ground lamb, come swimming in a cast iron skillet of spiced tomato sauce, and get an extra briny, flavor boost with kalamata olives and feta cheese.”
“As you view the open kitchen or the canal at sunset, start with the Zuppa di Mussels (with tomato, caper berries, kalamata) and then a half order of the Tagliatelle Bolognese pasta will set you up for the Veal Chop Caprese Bone -In (with roasted pesto fingerlings).”
“Add diced bell peppers or kalamata olives you like.”
“One of them is an airy raft of puff pastry with a well of sweet shredded onions and kalamata olives.”
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Words that have only one of the vowels. On this list I include only words with at least three vowels. When I first started the list, if a word had several forms, I generally listed only the one wit...
Gleanings from Jeffrey Eugenides' 2002 book of that title.
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