- n plant bearing large mild thick-walled usually bell-shaped fruits; the principal salad peppers
- n fully ripened sweet red pepper; usually cooked
- Michaud's designs, many using hand-dyed hospital gauze, are simple and versatile: for example, a pimento handkerchief-style dress that can go to the beach in the morning and the .
- To the pimento sands and mint-jelly sea of Bermuda last week air tourists flew for the first time as Pan American and Imperial Airways simultanteously began passenger service from .
- According to Hitwise, over the last four weeks, visitors to the site were searching for "pimento cheese spread," "bonsai trees" and Elliot Spitzer's wife "Silva Spitzer.
- Billy Payne in Augusta.com
The cost of a pimento cheese sandwich is just as important as how high the second cut is going to be,Payne said of his attention to detail. "It's important that people feel they are getting value."
- Davis Love III in Boston Globe (registration)
The pimento cheese in the clubhouse was always real good,said Love. "I used to just grab a scoop of it."