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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."

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  • In Lebanon zucchini was kusa or courgette; in Iraq, it was shajar, which in Lebanon meant “tree.”

    Day of Honey

  • The village women would spend the next two or three days making every dish in their repertoires: kibbeh, kusa, grape leaves, maqlubeh, and more.

    Day of Honey

  • The village women would spend the next two or three days making every dish in their repertoires: kibbeh, kusa, grape leaves, maqlubeh, and more.

    Day of Honey

  • In Lebanon zucchini was kusa or courgette; in Iraq, it was shajar, which in Lebanon meant “tree.”

    Day of Honey

  • One of the benefits was that my mother made incredible muhshi kusa stuffed squash.

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  • Yomogi/ Kusa Dango: Mugwort flavored dumplings kusa dango were originally flavored with cudweed

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  • Nangona kufuneka sakhe ezoqoqoshe nezomnotho ngaphakathi em Zansti Afrika, kusa funeka yaye futhi siyarhweba namanye amazwe kwihlabatho liphela.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

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  • According to Newsweek (March 10, 2008), this is a kind of squash commonly used in Middle Eastern dishes, and now carried by a Wal-Mart in Dearborn.

    March 12, 2008