Culinary Dictionary - P

Culinary Dictionary – P

    pancakes – The pancake is a thin flat cake made from batter and fried on a griddle or in a skillet. The batter usually consists of eggs, flour, … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Q

Culinary Dictionary – Q

      quadriller – To mark the surface of grilled or broiled food with a crisscross pattern of lines.  The scorings are produced by contact with very hot single … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Z

Culinary Dictionary – R

      Raclette – The traditional Swiss Raclette is lesser known than fondue in the United States, but much beloved in many countries.  Raclette is a staple of wintertime … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Z

Culinary Dictionary – S

      sabayon – The French word for a velvety Italian custard called zabaglione.  See Zabaglione. Mexican sabayon –  Mexican sabayon differs from the classic Italian version in that it is … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - E

Culinary Dictionary – T

    Tabasco Sauce (tuh-BAS-koh) – It is a commercially made hot sauce that is considered the “King of All Pepper Sauces.”  Available worldwide, and made in Avery Island, Louisiana … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Z

Culinary Dictionary – U-Y

      Uniq Fruit – This citrus fruit has various, odd shapes and its skin is pot-marked.  It is a cross between a mandarin orange and a Pomelo (the … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Z

Culinary Dictionary – Z

    zabaglione (zah-bahl-YOH-nay) – In Italian it means “egg punch.”  It is a light, fluffy Italian dessert made from whisked egg yolks, sugar, a touch of salt, and wine … Continued

Culinary Dictionary - Z

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