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1A North American walnut tree which is cultivated as an ornamental and also for its quality timber.
- ‘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.’
- ‘Local materials were used to make the stains, including walnut bark, walnut hulls, and butternut hulls.’
- ‘The fungus Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum has ravaged butternut, or white walnut, trees.’
- ‘Where growth rings are fluted slightly, as in butternut, basswood, and sometimes black walnut, an irregular but interesting figure results.’
- ‘These include oaks, hickories, buckeyes, chestnuts, butternuts, walnuts and hazels.’
- 1.1 The edible oily nut of the butternut.
- ‘The butternut or American white walnut, J. cinerea, also grows in the eastern states, and also has a troublesome hard shell.’
- ‘You get a similarly hearty feel from a butternut risotto or a butternut take on a potato gratin.’
- ‘Diners can expect butternut and sweet potato soup garnished with chopped coriander and coconut milk, followed by Cape Malay prawns.’
- ‘The butternuts that give the tree its name are also good for cooking and eating, Arch, the Cherokee artist, says.’
- ‘For Soups and Sauces, Daylesford came out top with beetroot and bacon soup and commended for butternut, sage and onion soup.’
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