CUKE


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CUKECornell University Klezmer Ensemble (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
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Director) (1999) Ham dil de cuke sanam (I Have Already Given My Heart Away)
In Minnesota Cuke and the Coconut Apes, master explorer Minnesota Cuke (Larry the Cucumber) has recovered the fabled Crock of Hookie Balookie.
I totally restarted from scratch with the cukes and broccoli.
Several frozen water bottles placed in the bottom of a cooler and covered with a towel makes a fine quickie cuke cooler.
House was mesclun greens, red onions, tomatoes and cuke, and here dressing was applied in just-right proportion.
Will describes this cuke as especially sweet and nutty tasting, fine pickled but best as a fresh nibbler.
Parasitic nematodes have cut the population of cuke beetles to a livable level for us.
I begin by planting more cucumber seeds, which are relatively quick-growing and will supply a second crop of crisp cukes for a late-summer harvest, just when the first crop starts to lose steam.
Those first few years, we stuck with our garden staples: assorted varieties of tomatoes, heritage cucumbers like lemon cukes, string beans, radishes, bell peppers, winter squash, zucchini, sugar snap peas, kale, spinach, and leaf lettuce.
Save the real cukes for your crudite platter at the after-party.
Add some chopped herbs and your favorite vinaigrette, with or without some chopped carrots, cukes, tomatoes, scallions, or other veggies.
By the end of the outbreak, the tainted cukes had caused 838 reported illnesses in thirty-eight states, including 165 hospitalizations and four deaths.