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bittersweet

solanumdulcamara. Called also woody nightshade.
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The band members say of themselves, with tongue in cheek, "The holidays are a mixed bag, and so is the Bittersweet Christmas Band.
While most juice from the apples in the cider is fermented, Angry Orchard's cider makers add a bit of non-fermented bittersweet apple juice into the cider during the post-fermentation stage to help achieve the cider's balanced, dry taste.
Also good to note: The higher the percentage of cocoa solids in your bittersweet chocolate, the less sweet your brew will be.
We blend Italian culinary apples from the Alpine foothills with French bittersweet apples from Normandy.
This version is deeply chocolaty, made with bittersweet chocolate and spiked with cacao nibs, then topped with a rich, dark chocolate ganache with a touch of fleur de sel.
Molson Coors' Bittersweet Partnership--which was created to get more females drinking beer--has claimed the Irish share is an "achievable long-term target" and will amount to [pounds sterling]87m in incremental sales.
But only one in 10 women would order a lager or beer when out on a date, the study commissioned by beer company BitterSweet Partnership found.
Byline: Pakistani commandos have stormed an office building in Rawalpindi in a bittersweet ending to a 22-hour hostage drama.
Bittersweet Herb Farm has created an entirely vegetable-based line of gourmet sauces, oils, vinegars, aromatic spice blends, and jams.
Offer platters of different chocolates -- from milk to bittersweet -- along with a variety of fresh and dried fruits and nuts.
A bittersweet and hard-hitting glimpse into what farm life was really like.
It must have been very bittersweet for you guys to put this together.