The butternut or American white walnut, J. cinerea, also grows in the eastern states, and also has a troublesome hard shell.
Where growth rings are fluted slightly, as in butternut , basswood, and sometimes black walnut, an irregular but interesting figure results.
You get a similarly hearty feel from a butternut risotto or a butternut take on a potato gratin.
The fungus Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum has ravaged butternut , or white walnut, trees.
Diners can expect butternut and sweet potato soup garnished with chopped coriander and coconut milk, followed by Cape Malay prawns.
Local materials were used to make the stains, including walnut bark, walnut hulls, and butternut hulls.
From that place I wrote incident after incident concerning the most inhuman barbarity that had been enacted by citizen guerrillas and butternut soldiers.
For Soups and Sauces, Daylesford came out top with beetroot and bacon soup and commended for butternut , sage and onion soup.
Although not the largest of its kind in the U.S., the butternut is sizable at about 80 feet tall with a 16-foot circumference.
Since, by definition, only one ‘real’ hero of Gettysburg exists, and since this paragon wore a uniform of blue, this would bar from consideration any of the butternuts contending from the other side of the field.