Persephone snacked on pomegranate seeds in Hades and now our gas bills rocket in January.
Recipe Chicken with Walnuts and pomegranate is seasonally appropriate and insanely easy to make.
These include ground flax seeds for breakfast, pomegranate juice, green tea, tomato sauce, fatty fish, and physical exercise.
This still is from a video called “pomegranate”, in the new solo show by Ori Gersht at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
To plate, place salad on plate and drizzle with pomegranate vinaigrette.
The symbol of Concord was two right hands joined, and a pomegranate.
The pomegranate was so violently thrown that it burst in pieces.
We officers were put in tents in a small palm and pomegranate thicket at the periphery of the hospital area.
At the first noise of their entrance, Proserpina withdrew the pomegranate from her mouth.
In Madras, a branch of the pomegranate tree is usually stuck in.
c.1300, poumgarnet (a metathesized form), from Old French pome grenate (Modern French grenade) and directly from Medieval Latin pomum granatum, literally "apple with many seeds," from pome "apple; fruit" (see Pomona) + grenate "having grains," from Latin granata, fem. of granatus, from granum "grain" (see grain). The classical Latin name was malum granatum "seeded apple." Italian form is granata, Spanish is granada. The -gra- spelling restored in English early 15c.
i.e., "grained apple" (pomum granatum), Heb. rimmon. Common in Egypt (Num. 20:5) and Palestine (13:23; Deut. 8:8). The Romans called it Punicum malum, i.e., Carthaginian apple, because they received it from Carthage. It belongs to the myrtle family of trees. The withering of the pomegranate tree is mentioned among the judgments of God (Joel 1:12). It is frequently mentioned in the Song of Solomon (Cant. 4:3, 13, etc.). The skirt of the high priest's blue robe and ephod was adorned with the representation of pomegranates, alternating with golden bells (Ex. 28:33,34), as also were the "chapiters upon the two pillars" (1 Kings 7:20) which "stood before the house."