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- n. an evergreen tree, of the genus Macadamia, native to Australia and cultivated in Hawaii
- n. the fruit of this tree; the macadamia nut
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. any tree of the genus Macadamia, especially Macadamia ternifolia.
- n. A macadamia nut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of dicotyledonous apetalous plants belonging to the natural order Proteaceæ and the tribe Grevilleeæ, characterized by having two pendulous ovules, seeds with unequal and fleshy cotyledons, anthers on short filaments inserted a little below the laminæ, and a ring-like four-lobed or four-parted disk.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any tree of the genus Macadamia
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It's best to make it with a delicate oil such as macadamia, apricot kernel or extra light olive oil (extra virgin being too intense).
Atkins himself – I suppose – got tired of hearing people complain that they couldn’t get into ketosis, so he had them do a ‘fat fast’ using as I recall macadamia nuts and cream cheese only diet, which is primarily fat.
Kailua Candy Company is a popular stop mostly for non-Hawaiian chocolate confections, although some feature local ingredients such as macadamia nuts or Kona coffee.
D.J. said "macadamia" in the second round was his biggest challenge.
Other foods, such as macadamia nuts and raisins, also are toxic.
And at Abigael's, kosher cooking gets similar star treatment, with dishes such as macadamia crusted chicken, barbecue cedar plank salmon and Thai sea bass.
I still remember the B&B and macadamia orchard confiscated by the Zapatistas in Ocosingo a few years ago where the Zapatistas waited until the macadamia trees were in full fruition commercially speaking, confiscated the orchard from the foreign owners and then laid waste to it.
Guests staying in the hotel's half-dozen individually decorated rooms can explore on-site sugar, coffee and macadamia processing mills, an orchid nursery and a 150-year-old restored church often used for weddings -- but no ziplines.
Tours of the area visit coffee, sugar cane and macadamia nut plantations and flower farms.
Federal regulations require “country of origin labeling,” or COOL, for meats fish, fresh and frozen produce, peanuts, pecans and macadamia nuts.