from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as pistachio.


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  • I love the apricot and pistacio colors together, too.

    apricot tart that feels like home...

  • Be a pretty sad day if I dropped pistacio nut shells on Big Louie's head and scared him away.

    Your Hunting Habits

  • I laughed the other day when climbing into my stand at all of the pistacio shells under my tree.

    Your Hunting Habits

  • I'll have to try this as I have a can of halva in the back of the fridge - it's not pistacio though the only pistacio brand I can find in town is from Turkey, and it's too oily and cloying for me, but I feel like this would be good with some cocoa in it maybe?

    Halva Mousse

  • Forest steppe dominated by pistacio (Pistacia spp.) and almond (Amygdalus spp.) is characteristic of this ecoregion, where widely spaced trees or shrubs are interspersed with thorn-cushion or herbaceous vegetation.

    Kuhrud-Kohbanan Mountains forest steppe

  • Scattered stands of pistacio and almond forest on dry steppe is characteristic.

    Kuhrud-Kohbanan Mountains forest steppe

  • Anna enjoyed a Chocolate Pistachio which she described as “mainly just a chocolate cupcake with a pistacio frosting.”

    Photos from Minneapolis's Cupcake

  • I am from frankfurt am main wenn I was young the green ice was actally pistacio but may be now its waldmeister.

    Three Tidbits

  • The above are all widely available except Futters find them at, whose rare varieties include pistacio, walnut, macadamia, and cherry.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • esp the green ones...the specific flavor is escaping me at the moment...pistacio maybe?

    Thinking of Paris...Ladurée

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