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“Julie told us the names of most items in Arabic: kusa bi jibneh and mjaddarah zucchini cheese casserole, caramelized onions and lentils with rice, plus a stew she calls "green bean and meat stew.”
“In Lebanon zucchini was kusa or courgette; in Iraq, it was shajar, which in Lebanon meant “tree.””
“The village women would spend the next two or three days making every dish in their repertoires: kibbeh, kusa, grape leaves, maqlubeh, and more.”
“One of the benefits was that my mother made incredible muhshi kusa stuffed squash.”
“Nangona kufuneka sakhe ezoqoqoshe nezomnotho ngaphakathi em Zansti Afrika, kusa funeka yaye futhi siyarhweba namanye amazwe kwihlabatho liphela.”
“Yomogi/ Kusa Dango: Mugwort flavored dumplings kusa dango were originally flavored with cudweed”
“Ang isang marunong ng lahat ng bagay o lahat ng-alam Diyos nagtatanghal ng isa pang problema para sa isang diyos relihiyon, dahil tulad ng isang pagiging negates ang posibilidad ng kusa.”
“The Bodhisattva went forward to the patra tree, placed the kusa grass at the foot of it, and sat down with his face to the east.”
“Then Takshaka sent to the king some snakes in the guise of ascetics taking with them fruits, kusa grass, and water (as presents).”
“And Krishna though she lay with the sons of Pandu on that bed of kusa grass along the line of their feet as if she were their nether pillow, grieved not in her heart nor thought disrespectfully of those bulls amongst the Kurus.”
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