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  • I was wondering whether the seed is safe, as in pomegranite, or just the fruit.

    Dogwood Fruit

  • But you won't see me with any pomegranite martinis -- a martini has gin and vermouth in it, with a splash of bitters and an olive on a toothpick.

    There's no "I" in inspiration... wait, what?

  • I confess that has kept me from becoming a pomegranite fan.

    fennel, prosciutto and pomegranate salad | smitten kitchen

  • I was thinking if you had pomegranite seeds for the traditional garnish-if you put them at the diamond intersections it would look like some kind of medieval quilt-very fancy.

    Lavosh! and...

  • As always, your photos are mouth watering and you could probably sell posters of the pomegranite seeds.

    recipes from a cumin junkie | smitten kitchen

  • I bought pomegranite, it was OK but I'd pass on it in the future.

    Traditional Mexican Christmas Punch

  • We have pink rose trees, crimson bougainvillea, orange and lime trees, lots of poinsettias which are red two months of the year, some tiny orange-blossomed plants that the butterflies love lining the walkway, a huge palm tree, a gigantic rubber plant, a batch of tall bamboo that has to be kept in line, two pine trees spaced just right for a hammock, a pomegranite tree and a few nopales.

    Gardening in San Miguel

  • In the class i taught today we served them in a warm salad of pancetta, endive, pears and grapefruit slices all pith removed with a dressing made with a pomegranite juice reduction oil and vinegar.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Feast was OK - I only got to eat it in stages - eat, take Nate back to the hotel with Chow, come back by myself, eat, play pipes, eat, wander around and talk to people, eat ... the strawberry/pomegranite stuff was AWESOME, and the salmon pastry was quite yummy, too.

    brynpobydd Diary Entry

  • Then she would take a pomegranite and throw it out the front door so that it would explode into hundreds of seeds on the street.

    Changes in the land Down Under

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