Strawberries


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A regional term for depressants
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Still it belongs to government, and I ought not to waste it; but, having received the signal that I might rest for an hour" (here he glanced at the sun-dial, for there was everything in the enclosure of Montlhery, even a sun-dial), "and having ten minutes before me, and my strawberries being ripe, when a day longer -- by-the-by, sir, do you think dormice eat them?
But this year," continued the horticulturist, "I'll take care it shall not happen, even if I should be forced to sit by the whole night to watch when the strawberries are ripe.
He set aside his plate of strawberries once more, and daintily dried his fingers on his fine white napkin.
Lecount's plump hands descended on his shoulders, put him softly back in his chair, and restored the plate of strawberries to its former position on his lap.
Noel, with a few more strawberries," she said, "and leave Miss Garth to me.
When she could consume no more of the strawberries he filled her little basket with them; and then the two passed round to the rose trees, whence he gathered blossoms and gave her to put in her bosom.
In a food processor or blender, whirl the whole strawberries, remaining 1/3 cup sugar, lemon juice, and corn syrup into a smooth puree.
Strawberries are perceived by consumers--and actually are--a nutritious healthy ingredient.
Today, strawberries mean good, healthy eating," says Gene J.
This new flavor exhibits a rich chocolate flavor combined with the lush freshness of real strawberries.
Unknown to many, a tribe in the island-province is growing sweet and succulent strawberries in the mountain village of Taytay, 11 kilometers from the town center of Duero.
I bought one kg fresh strawberries for Rs 200 from a hand cart at Karachi Company market.