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A dictionary of culinary and related terms

Kansas. State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, Manhattan. Dept. of Food Economics and Nutrition.

A dictionary of culinary and related terms

by Kansas. State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, Manhattan. Dept. of Food Economics and Nutrition.

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Published in Manhattan, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery -- Dictionaries

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCulinary and related terms, A dictionary of
    Statement[by] Department of food economics and nutrition, Kansas state college of agriculture and applied science.
    GenreDictionaries.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX349 .K3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6292344M
    LC Control Number33019498
    OCLC/WorldCa2311357

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An outstanding and large culinary dictionary and glossary that includes the definitions and history of cooking, food, and beverage terms. a la (ah lah) – It is French for “in the manner of,” “in the style of,” and “according to” In cooking, this phrase designates A dictionary of culinary and related terms book style of preparation or a particular garnish.

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thin slice of sponge cake used in a dessert. A piece of dough rolled to a required size. A mollusk related to the sea snail, eaten fresh, dried and salted, or cooked in dishes similar to clam chowder. Known as "awabi" in Japanese cuisine, as "loco" in South American, as "ormer" in the English Channel, as "muttonfish" in Australia and as.

Culinary Terms. A La Carte: Menu in which items and beverages are priced individually. Culinary Terms: A la grecque bruschetta. A la grecque: A preparation style where vegetables are marinated in olive oil, lemon juice, and herbs and served cold.

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A la carte (adj.) - separately priced items from a menu, not as part of a set meal. Al dente (adj.) - cooked so it's still tough when bitten, often referring to pasta. A la grecque (adj.) - served in the Greek Author: Allison Tetreault. Culinary definition, of, relating to, or used in cooking or the kitchen.

See more. An outstanding and large culinary dictionary and glossary that includes the definitions and history of cooking, food, and beverage terms. baba (BAH-bah) – Baba is called babka in Poland and Babas Au Rhum in France. In French, the word baba meaning, “falling over or dizzy.” These are small cakes made from yeast dough containing raisins or.

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Elizabeth Riely’s The Chef’s Companion: A Culinary Dictionary provides concise and reliable definitions, proper pronunciations, accepted usage, and origins of culinary terms.

An invaluable guide covering nearly all the terms that chefs might use, this companion ranges through cooking techniques, food preparation, herbs and spices, varieties Author: Mark Cummings. Here’s a food glossary (an alphabetical list of terms—ours have photos) in almost every category.

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connected with cooking or kitchens: 3. connected with. Learn more. A store or community wide promotion of targeted products through a series of related activities or using a particular theme. Every day low cost (edlc) (food industry term): A manufacturer's pricing strategy in which the cost of goods is consistently low.

Food Encyclopedia. Define culinary. culinary synonyms, culinary pronunciation, culinary translation, English dictionary definition of culinary. adj. Of or relating to a kitchen or to cookery. cu′linar′ily adv. adj of, relating to, or used in the kitchen or in cookery ˈculinarily adv adj.

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Common Culinary Terms (Sandwiches) 1. Butter made clear by heating and removing the sediment of milk solids. Slightly beaten egg dish usually with a filling. To cook food completely submerged in liquid below boiling point at temperatures of °F to °F 4.

To heat a liquid to its boiling point, until bubbles break the surface. "Boil" also means to cook food in a boiling liquid. To remove the bones from meat, fish or fowl. Use a sharp boning knife and angle the blade toward the bone to avoid tearing or nicking the flesh.

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