(1) In the vegetable market, even the prices of locally grown bitter gourd , ash pumpkin and cucumber are rising.(2) Special care is given to the gourd plant as it grows and forms fruit after its flowers fade.(3) The Snake Man's mother took a clay pot, poured into it some water from a gourd by her side, and put it over the fire.(4) The tea was traditionally drunk from a gourd , sipped through a straw known as a bombilla.(5) Along with the bag there is some other container, often a gourd , to hold the lime paste.(6) He passed her a gourd of water and she gulped it down.(7) By the 1770s this market had penetrated as far north as Cuenca, where the traditional gourd with silver straw began to appear on elite tables in this tertiary northern Andean city.(8) The only thing they seem to do more then butchering animals in Uruguay, is drink Mate, a sort of super strong version of green tea that is drunk from a gourd through a silver straw.(9) Sitting in the verandah, the separate smells of tomatoes, lemons and gourd reach me, and I know I will smell them again in my memory.(10) They used a carved gourd to store milk and water.(11) In the ├ö├ç├┐Dry Curries├ö├ç├û section, the ones to try are the stuffed ridge gourd , stuffed gherkins and masala drumstick curry.(12) Handicraft articles include baskets, straw hats, net and saddle bags, hammocks, straw mats, gourds , woodcarvings, and masks.(13) Nevertheless, one can still observe the use of traditional pipes, water-pots for music, decorated walking sticks exchanged at marriage, and the use of gourds and pottery.(14) Modern Hopi farmers still use the old methods, raising mainly corn, melons, gourds , and many varieties of beans.(15) Women engrave designs into yellow calabash gourds .(16) Other unusual plants include bottle gourds whose beautiful ornamental shapes were used for hundreds of years by native Americans to carry and store water.