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Once it’s soft and thoroughly cooked, the root can be fried to create delicious yucca fries, which are great with aioli, Parmesan cheese, or a steak dinner.
Another time he found—and still has, Preston says—a pot that had been repaired with a little love and yucca fiber.Clues for Finding Forrest Fenn’s Buried Treasure, Part 2|Tony Doukopil|March 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But the Obama administration put a hold on construction at Yucca Mountain in 2009.
There are other sites in America with long nuclear histories—places like Oak Ridge, Los Alamos, Yucca Mountain.
We talk about stabilizing waste and vitrification and Yucca Mountain—20-, and 30-, and 40-year timelines.
Related to Yucca, the group of four commissioners believed Jaczko was too close to the political process.
It is crowned, however, with a leaf like that of the palmetto; but the tufts of the dragon tree resemble the yucca in growth.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
He headed them off again by hiding in the stalks of a large yucca.Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest|Katharine Berry Judson
The Yucca (Jatropha manihot) is one of the finest vegetables of Peru.
Sisal hemp, which I found much like our yucca or "bear grass," is but little grown.Where Half The World Is Waking Up|Clarence Poe
Also, there were small adobe shacks with yucca stalk fences and drying ears of corn and red peppers in strings hanging over them.The Phantom Town Mystery|Carol Norton