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epazote

(ĕp′ə-zō′tĕ)
n.
1. See wormseed.
2. The pungent leaves of the wormseed plant, used as a seasoning in Mexican cooking.
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En el pueblo de El Epazote las balas del narco llegan con mas frecuencia, la gente vive con miedo por los secuestros y extorsiones del cartel de Los Rojos, quienes se disputan Chilapa con Los Ardillos por la siembra de la amapola y el control del corredor del trafico de droga.
Tambien le permite precisar la etimologia de palabras como chapopote, epazote y molcajete.
The most popular is Watermelon, made with fresh melon and lime juices, pulque, mescal and the herb epazote.
Colettes roasted chicken a la Savory ($17) was a delight from the first bite of the tender and full-flavored bird, impeccably sauced in an infusion of preserved lemon and epazote (a pungent Mexican herb) and accompanied by sauteed spinach, a rich little camote (sweet potato) casserole and a to-die-for quesadilla stuffed with pumpkin flower and Oaxacan cheese.
A leafy herb called epazote adds a hint of mint and citrus.
fue identificada en Cuicuilco "C", en ella, ademas de recuperarse macrorestos de tomate, epazote, huauzontle y verdolaga, (15) se descubrieron hoyos para postes, fogones, desechos de talla y restos de venado o berrendo, guajolote y perro, asociados a ceramicas de la fase Zacatenco (700-400 a.
Consumers in her local market were not only very price sensitive, but they also didn't have a "taste" for some of her gourmet herbs, such as epazote, sorrel, lime thyme and lovage.
Este es el caso de la aceitilla (Bidens pilosa), andan (Simsia amplexicaulis), chicalote (Argemone ochroleuca), cinco llagas (Tagetes lunulata), epazote (Chenopodium ambrosioides), estrellita (Galinsoga quadriradiata), flor de elote (Castilleja arvensis), mirasol (Cosmos bipinnatus), quelite (Amaranthus hybridus), toloache (Datura stramonium), zarza (Sicyos microphyllus) y muchas otras.
Great tip, although I found the epazote herb in the beans a bit overwhelming and unappealing.
The classes range in price from free (OThe Art of Making Caesar SaladO at Osteria dOAssisi in Santa Fe) to USD35 (OFoods of the AmericasO at Epazote Restaurant in Santa Fe).