Vietnamese coffee


Ở Việt Nam cà phê là một thức uống rất được ưa chuộng, đặc biệt vào buổi sáng (nhưng hàm lượng cafein rất cao chỉ thích hợp với những người quen dùng hoặc nghiện cà…

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Oeuf en gelee


Joe Beef was perhaps the most talked about cookbook of 2011 and not without good cause. Attention to detail, passion for food, and an amazing atmosphere pour from the photos and stories. This passion extends…

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PAPPADOM


Pappadom is a thin, crisp, disc-shaped food from the Indian subcontinent; typically based on a seasoned dough usually made from peeled black gram flour (urad flour), fried or cooked with dry heat. Flours made from…

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Kielbasa


Kielbasa — Polish sausages Polish sausage, better known as kielbasa (kiełbasa in original) is and has always been present on the table in Polish households. Whether it is Christmas or a regular weekday, whether they…

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Pulled Sugar


The sugar has been cooked, and the now-liquid sugar is poured onto a silicone rubber mat. Any coloring is now added. The sugar is then folded repeatedly into itself, until the sugar is, while still…

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zwieback


[zwi-bak; zwi-bahk; swi-bahk] This German word translates to TWICE BAKED and prefers to bread that is baked, cut into slices and then returned to the oven until very crisp and dry. Zwieback, which has a…

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zuppa inglese


[zoo-puh een-glay-zeh] Literally translated as “English soup”, this Italian dish is, in fact, a refrigerated dessert similar to the British favorite, TRIFLE. It’s made with rum-sprinkled slices of sponge cake layered with a rich custard or whipped…

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zuppa


[zoo-puh] Italian for “soup”

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zungenwurst


[tzoon-ghen-wurst(vurst)] A variety of German BLOOD SAUSAGE that contains chunks of pickled TONGUE. This dried sausage can be eaten raw, but is more commonly sliced and browned in butter or bacon fat. Một loạt các loại…

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Zucker


[tzoo-ker] German for “sugar”

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