boniato

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bo·ni·a·to

 (bō′nē-ä′tō)
n. pl. bo·ni·a·tos
See batata.

[American Spanish, variant of earlier boniata, perhaps of Antillean origin.]
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boniato

(ˌbəʊnɪˈɑːtəʊ; bɒnˈjɑːtəʊ)
n
a variety of sweet potato grown in the Caribbean
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POTATOES DOLLAR SHARE BY SUB-CATEGORY 52 WEEKS ENDED 10/29/16 Boniatos 0.2% Purple 0.1% Russet 43.9% Red 18.7% Sweet potatoes 17.4% Yellow 11.4% White 4.8% Other 2.5% Specialty 1% This sales review is provided by Nielsen Perishables Group.
La reconstruccion que se hace en el libro ensartando relatos de vida, engancha al lector compartiendo y viviendo de cerca elementos del paisaje de postguerra: las cartillas de racionamiento, el "pa de dacsa", los boniatos, la desazon que trasmite la carta no interceptada por la censura desde la carcel, escrita en un minimo papel de fumar.
Grafico 14 Los primeros productos agroindustriales del Peru con mayor IVCR en 2005, sector raices feculentas Names 0,3 Batatas, boniatos 0,08 Raices y tuberculos feculentos NCP 0,03 Yuca (fresca y seca) 0,01 Papas, patatas 0 Fuente: Elaboracion propia sobre la base de las estadisticas de FAOSTAT, 2005.
Still the centerpiece, the turkey gets a kick from jerk seasoning and a soothing balance from a side of mashed boniatos, or Cuban sweet potatoes, prepared with coconut milk.