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vanilla

1. mod. plain; dull. (see also beige.) The entire production was sort of vanilla, but it was okay.
2. n. a Caucasian. Some vanilla’s on the phone—selling something, I guess.
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Vanilla pods, slices, cakes, candles and ice cream will also be on hand.
The most surprising aspect of the whole story is that vanilla comes from a flower.
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3 THE Mayans added vanilla beans to their chocolate drinks to enhance the taste.
m facility offers production space for extraction, analysis, quality control and the proper storage of vanilla extracts.
Symrise CEO Dr Jurgen Bertram said the new extraction plant in Benavony means that all the steps taken to process vanilla can now be implemented locally.
India and Mexico are vanilla minnows compared with the world's largest producer, Madagascar, which produces about 2,00o tonnes, but because vanilla production is concentrated in so few countries any change to crops - no matter how small - can set the market on edge.
Vanilla is used in small quantities and has a long shelf life, so it is worth buying the real thing.
Symrise relies on vanilla beans from Madagascar, the foremost source of true Bourbon-vanilla tastes.
Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) is the only member of the orchid family whose flower is grown not only for ornament but as an edible product as well: the flavorful vanilla seed capsules or pods, confusingly referred to as vanilla beans even though they are not beans at all.
com), is reinforcing its vanilla offering with the unveiling of a combined Synergy Vanlab brand.
Seven ripe plums - halved and stoned A handful of caster sugar One vanilla pod Zest and juice of one orange One tablespoon of honey Icing sugar First make a vanilla syrup by putting the caster sugar in a pan and adding enough water to cover.
Pasadena, CA-based Choctal has announced the addition of three single-origin vanilla ice creams and a single-country chocolate and vanilla combination product to its flavor line up that previously consisted of four single-origin chocolates and Madagascar Vanilla now available in natural and specialty stores nationwide.
A welsh company may have triggered an unlikely new food craze - chocolate sprinkled with vanilla salt.