Food, Drink

by antma
(74 terms)
term Description
caterpillar
grasshopper
planthopper
rosemary
bay leaf
whole-grain
spinach
smoothie
herb
oregano uk  ˌɒr.ɪˈɡɑː.nəʊ  /  us  ɔːˈreɡ.ə.noʊ
thyme
flaxseed
lemon balm
zucchini
crave
craving
clove *c. This recipe takes four cloves of garlic (example)
fast
goodies
recipe
appetizer
spicy
first course
celery *c. a stick of celery (example)
leek
ragout *c.  / ræɡˈuː / a dish consisting of small pieces of meat and vegetables cooked together
braise *c. / breɪz / to cook food slowly in a covered dish in a little fat and liquid: (braised celery _ Braise the lamb in wine)
simmer *c. to cook something liquid, or something with liquid in it, at a temperature slightly below boiling
sprinkle *c. to drop a few pieces or drops of something over a surface
plain *c. not decorated in any way; with nothing added
bind *c. verb (COMBINE) (used especially in cooking) to make a mixture stick together in a solid mass, or to be made to stick together like this: (Add water to bind everything together _ The mixture wouldn't bind)
tablespoon *c. /…spuːn / (the amount held by) a large spoon used for measuring or serving food: (three tablespoons of sugar)
moisture *c. /ˈmɔɪs.tʃər/a liquid such as water in the form of very small drops, either in the air, in a substance, or on a surface
flavor
sauté *c. / ˈsəʊ.teɪ / to cook food in oil or fat over heat, usually until it is brown
pulp *c. a soft, wet mass
stuffing *c. (FOOD) a mixture of food, such as bread, onions, and herbs, that is used to fill something that is going to be eaten, such as a chicken or a vegetable, before being cooked (a stuffing for the turkey)
grate *c. / ɡreɪt / to rub food against a grater in order to cut it into a lot of small pieces: (grated cheese)
serve
lengthwise / ˈleŋkθˌwɑɪz / in the direction of the longest side: (Cut the pickles lengthwise)
strain *c. to separate liquid food from solid food, especially by pouring it through a utensil with small holes in it: (Could you strain the vegetables, please. _ The oil in which the fish is fried is strained off and used to cook potatoes.)
ingredient *c.  / ɪnˈɡriː.di.ənt /  a food that is used with other foods in the preparation of a particular dish: (The list of ingredients included 250 g of almonds _ You mix all the dry ingredients together _ He created a meal from very few ingredients)
condiment
nutritious / njuːˈtrɪʃ.əs /
leftover
peel
spice
fat
basil uk ˈbæz.əl /  us  ˈbeɪ.zəl /
bouquet uk  buˈkeɪ  /  us  boʊˈkeɪ /
coarse
coarsely
low-fat
chunk
chunky
custard
blend
blender
food processor
restaurateur
mirepoix
chop
choppy
chopped
cut
cutting
cutter
accompany
accompaniment
pasta uk : ˈpæs.tə  / us : ˈpɑː.stə  Spaghetti, lasagne, ravioli, and cannelloni are all types of pasta.
spaghetti
comfort food
junk food
sift