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aubergineau‧ber‧gine /ˈəʊbəʒiːn $ ˈoʊbər-/ noun [countable, uncountable] British English  aubergine.jpg HBPDFFa large dark purple vegetable syn eggplant American English
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aubergineIt turned out to be the food market, where they sold swollen watermelons and aubergines and strange shaped fruits.Numbers and music shared of course the same patterns of elegance, even when the figures exalted only aubergines.Then stir in the chopped reserved aubergine flesh and the pistachios.And hazelnut stuffed aubergines, mozzarella cheese, parmesan, the tiniest button mushrooms she could find.Drain the aubergines, rinse in cold water and dry on kitchen paper.Fry the aubergine slices in the remaining oil until golden, then drain on kitchen paper. 5.Chop the red pepper and mushrooms and arrange on the aubergines.Spoon the sauce over the aubergines and bake for 40 minutes until browned on top.
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