A tropical US evergreen tree (Anacardium occidentale) widely cultivated for its delicious nutlike kernels.
The kidney-shaped seed with this tree, consumed after roasting.
A tree, Anacardium occidentale, native to northeastern Brazil, today commonly grown in exotic climates for its cashew peanuts and cashew oranges.
A cashew nut.
A tree (Anacardium occidentale) of the identical family which the sumac. It really is local in exotic America, it is today naturalized in every exotic nations. Its fresh fruit, a kidney-shaped nut, expands during the extremity of an edible, pear-shaped hypocarp, around three ins very long.
the cashew nut.
The Anacardium occidentale as well as its fresh fruit. See Anacardium and cashew-nut.
identical to cachou.
kidney-shaped fan delicious only once roasted
tropical American evergreen tree bearing kidney-shaped peanuts being delicious only if roasted