picholine


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picholine

(ˌpɪʃəˈliːn)
n
(Cookery) a variety of mild green olive from France which is cured in salt brine
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Koroneiki and Picholine) at Bir-Mgurin, Medenine, Tunisia (20 km west of Medenine City, latitude: 33Adeg19'12.7"N, longitude: 10Adeg22'59.0"E, altitude: 130.7 m).
Picholine, Gaeta and Kalamata are all varieties of which fruit?
Sushi Inoue, the high-end Japanese restaurant from legendary Nagasaki-native sushi chef, Chef Shinichi Inoue, has signed a lease for its second Manhattan location at the former Picholine space, 35 West 64th Street.
Common olive varieties processed into Spanish method olives include Manzanilla [51], Hojiblanca [51], Gordal [51], Picholine [52], Cerignola [53], and Belice olives [45].
Margout et al., "Neuroprotective effect of Picholine virgin olive oil and its hydroxycinnamic acids component against [beta]-amyloid-induced toxicity in SH-SY5Y neurotypic cells," Cytotechnology, vol.
Jean Georges or Picholine with the best cheese trolley, in New York.
chopped flat-leaf parsley, plus small leaves 1/3 cup picholine or Nicoise olives, pitted and coarsely chopped 12 baguette slices (from 3A baguette), cut on a diagonal about 1/2 in.
Arbequine', Koroneiki', Picual' and Picholine marocaine' (cropped olive).
In 1974, founder Bruce Cohn transformed a former dairy into the Olive Hill Estate Vineyard, named for the property's grove of 140-year old French Picholine olive trees.
Abousalim and Mansouri (1991) conducted experiments on semi hard wood cuttings of olive cultivars Picholine and Marocanie, prepared in autumn, and propagated in 3x6x0.4 m trench covered with transparent plastic film, then a 10 cm layer of sand and gravel rooting medium was placed on the top.
Colleen was Sous Chef at Terrance Brennan's [see issues 42 and 63] Picholine before opening The Farm and Fisherman with her husband in the artsy Washington Square West neighborhood.