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- His earliest form was a fetish resembling a barbed arrow. Later the written form of his name was recognizable in the sign of the ninth nome of Upper Egypt. Min developed from a fertility god for animals to a god of vegetation. Among his attributes were a bed...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
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- Great Lakes Growers Expands Its Production Capacity For “Living” Lettuces And
- Great Lakes Growers Expansion It was just four years ago when Tim Ryan and John Bonner first built their modest 300-square-foot greenhouse, marking the start of what has become one of the most popular lettuce and herb operations in the region. And now ...
- 12 lettuce plants that thrive in Sonoma County
- Can you tell me a little something about the different types of lettuces and a few varieties that do well here in Sonoma County? Iceberg lettuce isn't the only kind of lettuce found in grocery stores or farmers' markets anymore.
- Ohio vegetables will be served at White House state dinner
- Roasted Apricot Galette with Appalachian Cheese, Heirloom Lettuces, Pine Nut Crisps, served with a 2013 Pence Chardonnay Sebastiano. * Baby Lamb Chops with Yukon Potato Dauphinoise and Fricassee of Spring Vegetables, served with a 2012 Cliff ...
- State dinner will start with a gussied-up version of Canada's late-night party
- The most fashion-forward of the courses, it will incorporate slivers of apricots roasted with ginger and cardamom and arranged with crystal lettuce, along with what a press release described as “young” arugula and “variegated” spinach.
- COLUMN: March is the month of Going Green
- These include foods such as delicious turnip, collard and mustard greens, kale, spinach, Swiss chard, bok choy and lettuces.
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