lemongrass : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an aromatic oil that smells like lemon and is widely used in Asian cooking and in perfumes and medicines
- n a tropical grass native to India and Sri Lanka
- Though varieties differ regionally stuffing can include any combination of lemongrass, tamarind, star anise, garlic, green onions and chili leaves, while condiments range from .
- Bathrooms feature toiletries custom blended according to one of four aromatic themes lemongrass, jasmine, orchid and rice.
- Aromatic lemongrass permeates the air as you stroll down gravel paths that lead toward a 140-ft.
News & Articles
This week we went in the kitchen with chef Jamil Pineda and co-owner Michael Klauber of Michael's On East for Lemongrass Grilled Ahi Tuna. Michael's On East was founded in 1987 and is owned by Klauber and Phil Mancini. The restaurant features contemporary fine dining with new dishes each month.
June 19, 2013 - The Longboat Observer
- Bonnie's Beer of the Week: Uncommon Brewers Siamese Twin
WHAT: Uncommon Brewers has a clear vision: Make unique beer and serve it in a can. The Siamese Twin Ale hits the brewery's mission on the head with exotic flavors including coriander, kaffir lime and lemongrass. And the can? It supposedly keeps the taste fresh, allowing you to sip up the traditional Belgian-style double long after you purchase it -- not that it'll last in your fridge, but you ...
June 18, 2013 - Santa Cruz Sentinel
- Salma Hayek in HULIQ
The lemongrass lace number by Toledo was an incredibly daring fashion choice for mid-winter, and few people could have pulled that color off on a chilly Washington morning - but Michelle passed with flying colors,said Hayek, who added that...
- Grant Achatz in Chicago Tribune
We take green Thai chilies, lemongrass, fish sauce, ginger, and run them though a rotary distiller to produce a perfectly clear aromatic essence of the basic Thai flavors,Achatz explained. "This might be too literal for you, but it really...