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From Middle English haselnote, from Old English hæselhnutu (“hazelnut”), equivalent to hazel + nut. Cognate with West Frisian hazzenút (“hazelnut”).
In 1989 the largest ever outbreak of food-borne botulism in the UK affected 27 people who had consumed hazelnut yogurt.
Puddings feature various types of ice-cream, including a mouth-watering hazelnut confection, a wicked chocolate truffle and the Indian ice-cream, kulfi.
Our traditional Italian espresso or why not try our delicious roasted hazelnut!
This comes from the Fairy Feller in the foreground, his ax poised on high, ready to chop a giant hazelnut in half.
The hazelnut provides a useful supply of winter food for many animals and birds including jays, squirrels and dormice.
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