|focaccia ||Italian - a flat round bread brushed with olive
oil and sprinkled with salt, then topped with
other herbs as the cook desires, then baked. |
|glucose ||A type of sugar used in commercial candies and frosting, baked good, soft drinks and other processed foods because it doesn't crystallize easily.
also call dextroglucose or dextrose, check in a store that has a large cake decorating section or offers cake decorating classes. |
|guinness stout ||A brand of of strong dark beer which originated in the British Isles.
It is made with dark-roasted barley and is more fragrant of hops than other types of beer. |
|half and half ||A blend of light cream and milk, which produces
a cream with about 12% milk fat. |
|haricot vert ||Haricot vert is a fancy name for green beans or string beans. |
|hummus ||A Middle Eastern sauce or spread made from mashed cooked chickpeas or garbanzo beans and seasoned with lemon juice, garlic and oil.
It is often served with pita bread for dipping. |
|kale ||A member of the cabbage family closely related to collard greens.
Both crinkly and smooth leaved varieties are winter vegetables and a good source of vitamin A.
Kale is best steamed or boiled and served with butter. |
|mache ||A salad green native to Europe with narrow dark green leaves and a tangy, nutlike flavor.
It can also be steamed and served as a vegetable.
It is also called field salad, field lettuce, lamb's lettuce, and corn salad (though unrelated to corn). |
|marinara sauce ||A highly seasoned Italian sauce generally made with tomatoes, onions, garlic and oregano used on pasta and some meats. |
|mesclun ||A mixture of young, small salad greens often including arugula, dandelion, frisee, mizuma, radicchio and sorrel. It is simply a salad mix or gourmet salad mix. |
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