|bubble and squeak ||An English side dish made with mashed potatoes
and cooked cabbage, mixed together and fried. |
|bulger ||Steamed, dried, and crushed wheat kernels. Used
in Middle-Eastern dishes like Tabbouleh. |
|Bundt pan ||A round baking pan with a tube in the middle and
fluted sides. Bundt was a trademarked name,
but now the term is generic. |
|butterfly ||A preparation technique of splitting an item
down the center, nearly completely through,
so the halves can be opened and laid flat,
looking like a butterfly (though a meaty, dead
|Byrrh ||French drink of combined red wine and quinine
|Caesar salad ||Famous salad first made by Caesar Cardini in
Tijuana, Mexico. Romaine lettuce and croutons
are tossed with garlic, olive oil, lemon
juice, anchovy, egg, and Worcestershire sauce.
An editor favorite is to substitute crisp chopped
celery for the croutons. |
|caldo verde ||A Portugese soup made with kale, potatoes, and
liguica sausage. |
|cambric tea ||An American beverage of milk, water, sugar, and
tea, served hot. |
|Canola oil ||This Canadian oil is made from the rapeseed.
Who'd want an oil named after the rapeseed?
It is low in saturated fat and high in
monounsaturated fat, making it a relatively
healthy oil. |
|capers ||The flower but of a bush native to the Mediterranean and parts of Asia.
It is picked, dried and then pickled in a vinegar brine. After rinsing, capers add a piquancy to sauces and condiments or as a garnish to meats and vegetables. |
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