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Possible Answers: GALA.
Last seen on: Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 16 2020
Random information on the term “Fancy party”:
Teresa Victoria “Terri” Hoyos is an American actress.
Hoyos was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She is of Mexican descent and is the daughter of actor Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. In the 1980s, she began her career as a makeup artist, and later trained in acting at LACC Theatre Arts Academy.
Hoyos made her screen debut in 1984, with a small part in the film Crimes of Passion, and later had guest starring roles on Hill Street Blues, Gimme a Break!, Cheers, ER, Dharma & Greg, Frasier, NYPD Blue, Parks and Recreation, and Modern Family. She also had a recurring role as Rosa Valens in the CBS procedural Cold Case (2009–2010). She was a regular cast member on the Fox sitcom The Ortegas in 2003. The series was canceled before its debut. In 2014, she was cast in the ABC comedy series Cristela. In 2020, she appeared as Victor’s grandma in Love, Victor
Random information on the term “GALA”:
Gala is a clonally propagated apple cultivar with a mild and sweet flavour. In 2018, it surpassed Red Delicious as the apple cultivar with the highest production in the United States, according to the US Apple Association. It was the first time in over 50 years that any cultivar was produced more than Red Delicious.
Gala apples are non-uniform in colour, usually vertically striped or mottled, with overall orange color. They are sweet, fine textured, and aromatic, can be added to salads, cooked, or eaten raw, and are especially suitable for creating sauces.
The first Gala apple tree was one of many seedlings resulting from a cross between a Golden Delicious and a Kidd’s Orange Red planted in New Zealand in the 1930s by orchardist J.H. Kidd. Donald W. McKenzie, an employee of Stark Bros Nursery, obtained a US plant patent for the cultivar on October 15, 1974. It is a relatively new introduction to the UK, first planted in commercial volumes during the 1980s. The variety now represents about 20% of the total volume of the commercial production of eating apples grown in the UK, often replacing Cox’s Orange Pippin.