pistachio nuts are lower in fat, lower in calories, and higher in fiber than most other nuts.
Eaten all over India, kulfi comes in such flavors as pistachio, cardamom, mango, and saffron.
Iran's next two exports after oil are carpets and pistachio nuts.
They think the trouble is with the confectionery, and so they try macaroon and pistachio instead of lemon and vanilla.
Aren't you going to give me some of the boar's head with pistachio nuts?
If you serve it up as frozen, stick it all over with slips of pistachio nut, peeled and sliced.
The table may be arranged with a "putting green" in the centre made of a square of sponge cake frosted with pistachio.
They were all rather merry that night, for they had roast porcupine stuffed with pistachio nuts for supper.
A favorite entre was a pure of pistachio nuts, with roasted sheeps' tails on silver spits stuck into it.
pistachio nuts give flavor and color to ice-cream, icings, and bonbons.
1590s, from Italian pistacchio, from Latin pistacium "pistachio nut," from Greek pistakion "pistachio nut," from pistake "pistachio tree," from Persian pistah "pistachio." Borrowed earlier (1530s) as pystace, from Old French form pistace (13c.), which also is from the Italian word.