|each as in 1 lemon, 1 onion, or whatever.
|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
|Egg whites or yolks mixed with some water or
milk, brushed onto baked goods.
|A holiday beverage made of milk, eggs, sugar,
and nutmeg. Often, rum or brandy are also
|A fruit relative of the tomato. Various types
are available, the most common of which is
a deep purple color. Older eggplants tend to
be bitter. The white eggplant is shaped like
an egg, hence the name.
|A Mexican or Spanish pastry, generally filled with
meat and vegetables, though dessert empanadas
can be filled with fruit.
|A mixture of two liquids that don't normally
mix well. It is done by rapid stirring and
slowly pouring one liquid into the other. A
blender or food processor makes the job very
|One of three types of plants: Belgian endive,
which is grown without light to produce white
leaves, curly endive with curled, lacy leaves,
and escarole. Escarole is the mildest, the
other varieties being bitter.
|A delicate, fruity tasting mushroom with long,
thin stems and tiny white caps. High in
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