[restaurant] The menu is Omakase only and a dinner costs between $350–600 per person, not including tip, tax or drinks. The sushi bar itself is a $60,000 piece of rare hinoki wood from Japan. There is only one seating each for dinner and lunch. Reservations for the 26 available seats are t...
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[Musician] The Richmond Parkway, now Korean War Veteran`s Parkway, facing northeast from Tyrellan Avenue, where it divurges from the West Shore Expressway. I took this photograph. ...
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[musician] Masa is the stage name of a Japanese musician. While he is not very prominent in the Japanese music scene, he was member of GacktJOB, Gackt`s band. He has also been in the disbanded Spiky, Dizzy Drive and マァマァサ☆ムゥ. ==Biography== Masa was born on the 30th of Septemb...
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(Mexican) Dough called nixtamal. Masa is the corn based tamale dough surrounding the tamale filling. Masa is made from stone-ground corn, lard, and spices. Masa is spread onto softened corn husks, topped with a filling and then folded to create a tamale.
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[n] - an independent group of closely related Chadic languages spoken in the area between the Biu-Mandara and East Chadic languages
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noun an independent group of closely related Chadic languages spoken in the area between the Biu-Mandara and East Chadic languages
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(from the article `tamale`) in Mexican cuisine, small steamed cake of dough made from corn (maize). In the preparation of tamales, masa harina, fine-ground corn treated with ... ...disease). Its gluten (elastic protein) is of comparatively poor quality, and it is not used to produce leavened bread. ...
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Masa (ˈmasa) is Spanish for dough. In the Americas it is often short for masa de maíz, a maize (corn) dough made from freshly prepared hominy. It is used for making corn tortillas, tamales, pupusas, arepas and many other Latin American dishes. The dried and powdered form is called masa harina, ma...
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Dough of ground corn meal, lime and water used to make corn tortillas.
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[company] Mexicana de Autobuses, S.A., or MASA, was a major bus and coach manufacturer located in Mexico. Formed in 1959, it was owned by the Mexican government until being privatized in 1988. It was the country`s second-largest bus manufacturer when it was acquired by Volvo, in 1998, and re...
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1) Chad 2) Chadic 3) Chadic language 4) Masa 5) Tortilla flour
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