Tags » Pomegranate » Page 2

Pith and skin

It’s the season of pomegranates:

Now for a confession: these are not from our garden. How I wish they were! Nor are they organic and naturally grown; I ordered some from our organic supplier last week but none was in our basket, which probably means either the farm ran out that day or the fruit didn’t meet the standard required. 648 more words

Inne oblicze kulinarne Sri Lanki

Po długich, egzotycznych wakacjach z wielką radością przywitałam swój dom, kuchnię oraz mikser ;) ! Mój pierwszy wyjazd do Azji dał mi oraz mojej rodzinie wiele lekcji, łatwiejszych oraz trudniejszych, cieszył i zasmucał. 499 more words


A Month of Short Stories 2017, Day 19 - The Pomegranate by Kawabata Yasunari

Over several years, for the month of June, I wrote about a short story that was available online each day of the month…. It seemed like a good idea at the time. 489 more words


Honey-Glazed Roasted Carrots and Beets

Honey, sometimes life stings. Wherever we choose to live and work or study, whoever we choose to associate with, however we budget our time and money, there will always be a mix of advantages and disadvantages. 562 more words


Seared Tuna with Olive, Feta and Pomegranate Couscous

It is getting so hot in tropical Queensland that meals which require very little cooking, are healthy and quick to make, are essential. Tuna, egg and olives make such a happy trio. 321 more words


Anara is a Kazakh and Krygyz female name meaning “pomegranate”. The name may be derived from a Persian source, anâr, which means pomegranate in Persian.

Origin: Persian