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  • n. Alternative spelling of pine nut.


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  • At a cottage in Wales a year ago, I went for a snowy walk on New Year's Day first with my two best friends, Phoebe and Justine, and later with my then boyfriend, carrying a thermos of hot elderflower cordial and slices of beetroot and pinenut cake.

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  • Actually, it turns out the diminutive pinenut is full of good stuff too.

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  • I have seen quite a few recipes for this traditional Italian ricotta-pinenut tart-some with the pinenuts encorporated into the pastry, some in the topping.

    Pinenut Party

  • Mario Batali says that you will find a ricotta pinenut tart in virtually every bakery in Italy-it is a traditional classic.

    Pinenut Party

  • I am mulling over my plans for a ricotta and pinenut tart, found at Nick Malgieri's website, which is unique in it's use of carmelized pine nuts.

    Pinenut Party

  • I just looked more closely at the parsnip pinenut recipe - 1/2 c pinenuts!!!

    Roasted Parsnips with Pine Nuts | A Veggie Venture

  • BTW, I think my only prior pinenut recipe post is a simple cookie-provencal pine nut crescents-they're pretty good. rebecca-hmm.

    Pinenut Preview: Pasta with Ricotta and Herbs

  • I've eaten the pinenut hummus at the restaurant so I know it is delicious and this almond version works just as well - it lifts the flavour and gives you another element to enjoy.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Hi, Kalyn, I love pinenut and basil, but never thought of having them with rice.

    Basil and Parmesan Rice with Pine Nuts

  • And then there's the butterscotch budino: a dessert of rich caramelly pudding, touched with fleur de sel and served with a pair of pretty little pinenut rosemary butter cookies.

    Archive 2007-01-01


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