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Chilli
Posted 20-09-2015 in Spices and Herbs
Chilli
Chilli also called chile is the most popular spice and throughout history, wherever it was it transformed the previously bland cuisine. Latin American, Asian…
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Sugar
Posted 18-09-2015 in Flavourings and Sweeteners
Sugar
Sugar is the refined juice extracted from the sugarcane plant, which resembles bamboo and has sappy, sweet pulp-filled stems, or from the sugar beet…
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Tamarind
Posted 09-09-2015 in Spices and Herbs
Tamarind
Tamarind is a tart fruit used as a spice and souring agent. The fruit is shaped like a long bean, inside which is a sour pulp containing many seeds. The pulp…
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Basil
Posted 08-09-2015 in Spices and Herbs
Basil
Sweet basil has an ineffable flavour reminiscent of anise, clove, and mint. Although its aroma is heady, the flavour of most varieties is mild and sweet…
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Arbroath Smokies
Posted 05-09-2015 in Fish and Seafood
Arbroath Smokies
Arbroath smokies — a speciality of the town of Arbroath in Angus, Scotland, smokies are small haddocks which are split, gutted, closed again and smoked…
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Guavas
Posted 25-08-2015 in Fruit and Nuts
Guavas
Guavas are generally the size of a fist and may be round or pear shaped, with rough or smooth greenish white, yellow, or red skin. The seed-filled…
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Aiguillette de boeuf
Posted 13-12-2013 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
Aiguillette de boeuf — is the French cookery term for the top part or rump of beef which is usually braised or poached…
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Agneau
Posted 13-12-2013 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
Agneau — a young sheep before the age of one year, which is called a spring lamb in the USA and lamb in England and South Africa, is in France known as…
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Agar-agar
Posted 13-12-2013 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
Agar-agar
Agar-agar — The gelatine-like product of a red seaweed which has strong setting properties, agar-agar is chiefly produced in Japan, China and the USA…
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Acidity
Posted 12-12-2013 in Glossary terms starting with "A"
Acidity — an acid taste which exists naturally in certain vegetables and fruit and can be eliminated or diminished by blanching…
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