|drained and rinsed
|When cooking vegetables in order to get them to stay at that crisp-tender stage,
drop into boiling water. When the vegetable, such as green beans, reaches the desired stage of doneness,
drain the vegetable into a colander and quickly rinse with cool water. Return to the cooking pan, off the flame, and cover to keep warm.
This will halt the cooking process.
|To lightly coat food with flour, cornmeal, breadcrumbs, etc. before frying to help to brown the food.
|To slowly pour a fine stream of liquid over
|Earl Grey tea
|A tea blend from Indian and Sri Lankan teas,
named after the former Prime Minister Grey
|Fresh soy beans, available in Japanese markets
|A holiday beverage made of milk, eggs, sugar,
and nutmeg. Often, rum or brandy are also
|A Mexican or Spanish pastry, generally filled with
meat and vegetables, though dessert empanadas
can be filled with fruit.
|A delicate, fruity tasting mushroom with long,
thin stems and tiny white caps. High in
|A type of endive. Milder than Belgian endive.
|A popular Cajun dish which is a thick spicy stew of crayfish and vegetables served over white rice.
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