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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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At one time, Mexico was the sole producer of vanilla beans, but this changed in the 1950s when countries like Indonesia and Madagascar, and later Papua New Guinea and China, entered the market.
Stephen Ndhaye, a senior economist in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Plan- ning criticises the farmers for hurriedly slashing their vanilla gardens when global prices fall.
Slit 2 to 3 vanilla pods lengthwise and scrape out the seed paste inside.
3 THE Mayans added vanilla beans to their chocolate drinks to enhance the taste.
Symrise is one of the most important suppliers of vanilla flavours in the world.
The company processes about 200 tons of vanilla from Madagascar every year (c.
About Vanilla From Tahiti: Vanilla From Tahiti is a company that has positioned itself in the vanilla bean pod extracts wholesale market and understands everything from Tahitian vanilla bean extract, how to store vanilla beans, pure vanilla extract and much more.
The Mexican vanilla crop is expected to be just 10% of its usual size this year, with production dropping from the usual 50 tonnes to about five tonnes, and there are quality problems reported in India.
Naturally derived extract is amber in colour, with a robust, nuanced taste, a rich composite of more than 200 flavour compounds in vanilla.
The company has expanded the vanilla commitment and most recently acquired the Aromatics S.
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.
Interest in vanilla has increased markedly, partly in response to the growing trend for premium products.
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.