5 edition of Dictionary of Food and Ingredients found in the catalog.
|Statement||Chapman & Hall|
|Publishers||Chapman & Hall|
|LC Classifications||November 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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and more quickly from 3,000 to 10,000 ft. Often filleted, salt:cured, and canned in oil. Account: A manufacturers' term for a retailer or wholesaler that buys and resells the manufacturer's products.
Artificial sweetener: Non-nutritive contain no nutrientshigh-intensity sugar substitutes See Lab Seven. " 'I don't think I care to talk about that, if you please,' she would say, and strike the boldest speechless by her unmistakable pain; this upon all topics - dress, pleasure, morality, politics, in which the formula was changed to 'my papa thinks otherwise,' and even religion, unless it was approached with a particular whining tone of voice.
Dust: To coat lightly with confectioners' sugar or cocoa cakes and pastries or another powdery ingredient. Achar : Pickling relish used in Indian and West Indies dishes, made of palm cabbage, bamboo shoots, spices, and other fruits and vegetables. Agnolotti : Round or crescent-shaped stuffed pasta, usually filled with meat. " Anis: [Spanish] Anise; small, elongated seed from the anise plant that tastes like licorice; the anise plant is a member of the carrot family. Alubias: [Spanish] white navy beans.
Ration implies an allotment or allowance of provisions: a daily ration for each man of a company. Parboil: To partially cook by boiling. Box 3556 Washington, DC 20007 American national standards institute ansi Dictionary of Food and Ingredients A nongovernmental association that formulates voluntary, national standards, such as electronic data interchange.
Abalone : A mollusk related to the sea snail, eaten fresh, dried and salted, or cooked in dishes similar to clam chowder.
It is one of the few fruits that will not dissolve when cooked. Authored by the Personal Care Products Council the Councilthe trade association for the cosmetic and personal care industry, the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook provides a comprehensive listing of ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care products for the benefit of consumers, the U.
cook somebody something She cooked them all a good dinner every night. Acidulate : To give a dish or liquid a slightly acidic, tart or piquant taste by adding some lemon juice, vinegar, or unripened fruit juice.
Adabado : A sour paste used to marinate fajitas Mexican skirt steak before grilling, made with vinegar, chiles, and herbs. Its iridescent ear:shaped shell is the source of mother:of:pearl.
It usually consists of chopped fruits and vegetables in a spicy sauce. Usually refers to making pastry. A chemical compound that yields hydrogen ions when in solution.
Usually refers to making pastry.
Many distilleries produce their own amaretto.
Algorienne: [French] a garnish of small tomatoes and sweet potato croquettes.
Albert: a French hot horseradish sauce.