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  • n. Plural form of pesto.

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Examples

  • For the first of the two "pestos" I made, I took advantage not only of my parsley and chives, but also used up a good handful of freshly roasted pumpkin and acorn squash seeds (they taste the same, just smaller!) in place of the pine nuts.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Boyle + Gardner for The Wall Street Journal/Food Styling by Karen Evans Clockwise from left: Lardo and rosemary, cherry tomato and almond, walnut, arugula and pistachio pestos Pesto is a gift from summer — a nutty, herby distillation of a sweet-smelling, sunshine-loving herb.

    Goodbye Basil,

  • Hello Pumpkin Seeds Ten — no, 11! — delicious, beyond-the-obvious pestos to add to your arsenal.

    Goodbye Basil,

  • Zak Pelaccio of Fatty 'Cue and Fatty Crab tosses radish tops into his kimchi blends and whizzes less-than-pristine lettuce leaves into purees or pestos to add color and body.

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • Rossore $200 per 100 ml bottle, cubemarketplace.com , a cold-pressed pine-nut oil from San Rossore, over salads and blends it into pestos or vinaigrettes for fish.

    Bits & Bites: (Italian) News You Can Eat

  • He uses them in his jams, pestos and sauces, and makes his own ravioli and tortellini.

    The Rocker Makes Wine

  • On the buffet table, servers set platters of grilled vegetables, cheeses of all shapes and sizes, various pestos and spreads, trays of cured meats, and plates of multihued, bite-size canapés.

    Georgia’s Kitchen

  • Also, they carry pasta from Italy, pestos of various sorts, and cans of things I know I don't need, but buy anyway.

    Where do you buy exotic food, Guadalajara?

  • Not only hummus, you can puree soups, make pestos, chop, shred and slice vegetables.

    Essential Arsenal for Eating In: Cookware

  • Today, she was cutting up all the herbs and plans to make various pestos - traditional pesto, tarragon pesto, mint-almond pesto, etc.

    Archive 2009-10-01

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