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“Oh wait, it's possible that with her hands in that position, she's trying to hide her love-apple.”
“It seemed that while Venice spun itself into an overheated frenzy, the doge would sip cold love-apple soup under his bed canopy, and only three councilmen would come to the palace to eat a sensible meal of the same soup, cold chicken, and chilled cantaloupe.”
“One day, while seasoning a complicated love-apple sauce for his stuffed pasta, the chef idly remarked, “It would be interesting to stir a wicked pot with an innocent spoon.””
“On their return, I saw for the first time, the pitanga, a berry of which an excellent preserve is made; it grows upon a beautiful shrub, scarcely to be distinguished, either in flower or leaf, from the broad-leaved myrtle; the berry is as large as a filbert, and divided and coloured like the large red love-apple.”
“It was first used for ornamental purposes and was called "love-apple.”
“I rubbed myself the colour of a love-apple, humming the while old-time ditties long since driven out of my head by the Latin rubbish.”
“Among the edible plants which serve for seasoning or spicery, I must mention the love-apple (_Tomate_), which thrives well in all the warm districts of Peru; and the Spanish pepper (_Aji_), which is found only on the coast and in the mild woody regions.”
“Here the direction of our road was E.S.E. The Arab who accompanied me presented me with a fruit which grows wild in these parts, and is unknown in the northern parts of Syria, and even at Damascus; it is of the size of a small egg, of the colour of the Tomato or love-apple, of a sweet agreeable taste, and full of juice.”
“Damascus; it is of the size of a small egg, of the colour of the Tomato or love-apple, of a sweet agreeable taste, and full of juice.”
“Will I work my way through the recipes for raspberry sex tonic, blackberry body syrup, love-apple seduction or spiced nuts?”
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