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  • It is interesting to see how many of these items, such as fagara, or Sichuan peppercorn, oyster sauce, and fermented bean curd (called soy-bean cheese) are listed as being somewhat available in the US at that time.

    Tigers & Strawberries » The Chinese Cookbook Project III: With an Open Mind and an Open Mouth

  • Above this is a zone dominated by the cats-claw tree Zanthoxylum fagara, then a zone once dominated by the shrub Miconia robinsoniana (VU) where low trees are replaced by a dense shrub cover.

    Galápagos National Park & Galápagos Marine Resources Reserve, Ecuador

  • One of my favorite spicy cuisines is true Sichuan-syle Chinese food, which is characterized by its use of red fire oil (vegetable oil that is infused with red chile pepper essence) and the face-numbing Sichuan Peppercorn, also known as hua jiao (meaning flower pepper, as it resembles a tiny flower) or fagara.

    NJ Dining: Chengdu 1 (UPDATED August 2009)

  • One of my favorite spicy cuisines is true Sichuan-syle Chinese food, which is characterized by its use of red fire oil (vegetable oil that is infused with red chile pepper essence) and the face-numbing Sichuan Peppercorn, also known as hua jiao (meaning flower pepper, as it resembles a tiny flower) or fagara.

    04 « April « 2009 « Off The Broiler

  • Occasional shrublands consisting of mesquite (Prosposis glandulosa), huisache (Acacia farnesiana), lime prickly ash (Zanthoxylum fagara), and Texas persimmon (Diospyros texana) may be found in the lower one third of the Texas coast and into Tamaulipas.

    Western Gulf coastal grasslands

  • Cat's claw (Zanthoxylum fagara) is also most abundant, mainly above the Scalesia but below the Micronia acting partially as a transition within the humid zone species.

    Galápagos Islands xeric scrub

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