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Arugula perks up a salad or sauteed vegetable dish, and can usually be found in specialty produce markets and supermarkets, often in small bunches with their roots still attached. Italian term for food cooked over an open fire on a long spit. Wheat flour milled from hard wheat or a blend of soft and hard wheat. Check in the dictionary where necessary. Utilized in flavoring cookies, cakes and liqueurs. 628 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 630 /H [ 1368 1658 ] /L 741361 /E 258752 /N 191 /T 728682 >> endobj xref 628 46 0000000016 00000 n A white semifirm Mexican cheese made from whole cow's milk. In Italian, "alla Florentine". Ababai is never eaten fresh due to its high enzyme content. A product that company headquarters must approve for retailers or company stores to stock. absinth. Wine or cider that fermented beyond the stage of alcohol. Extremely versatile, adzukis can be eaten fresh or dried, or ground into flour and used to make cakes or other confections. 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Ferns that look similar to asparagus and have a flavor that is a cross between asparagus and artichoke. Also called achiote seed. Term used to describe Mexican dishes of broiled or roasted meat. Their meat is called "venison" and may be cooked by roasting. It is produced as a flavor blend of aniseeds and aromatic herbs. The book is a unique language learning tool for students Of English. The softer, younger cheese is milder in flavor. Found in temperate marine waters throughout the world, it weighs between 10 and 60 pounds. A small to medium-sized acorn-shaped winter squash with an orange and green or orange, yellow and creamy white ridged shell with pale orange flesh, and a slightly sweet, nutty flavor. Dictionary in PDF for free for you to download for students learning English A dictionary in pdf for you to use when you don't understand. An almond-flavored liqueur, often made with kernels of apricot pits. 0000094595 00000 n For example, Water boils at 212. 1 Food and Cookery Dictionary | English to Spanish | Spanish to English ©2012 Turquoise Water Rentals M | PUERTO ORELOS VILLAS.COM MEXICOVACATION ILLAS COM |CANCUNHOMES.COM | BEACHRENTALSPLAYADELCARMEN.COM Food and Cookery Dictionary English to Spanish | Spanish to English Here is a handy list of Food and Cooking terms in both English and Spanish, … Ambrosia may also be served as a salad. Degree of acidity is measured on the pH scale; acids have a pH of less than 7. pH of less than 7. Avocados; alligator pear; name comes from the Aztec word "ahuacacuahatle," meaning "testicle tree" (avocados grow in pairs). One of the most popular members of the herring family, the alewife is anadromous (it spawns in fresh water). See Aniseed. See planogram; space management. 0000193144 00000 n 0000124752 00000 n Used as a flavoring or spice in Persian and Indian cooking or as a condiment to be sprinkled over food after it has been cooked. 1764 Old Meadow Lane, Suite 350 McLean, VA 22102 (703) 821-0770, 28-12 Broadway Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 (201) 791-5570, 1700 N. Moore St., Suite 1600 Arlington, VA 22209 (703) 841-2400 or P.O. In the past asiago was made with ewe's milk. 4. These are dishes to pique one's appetite, not quench it. The large flowerhead of a plant of the thistle family. An alternate spelling is Amandine. Hard Italian cheese with a rich nutty flavor. Then the gelatin substance is extracted with water and made into flakes, granules, powder or strips which are brittle when dry. About This Dictionary. Egg white. Fruit with leathery skin and soft, buttery flesh; it yields to light pressure when ripe; the Haas is smaller with pebbly black-brown skin and is darker than the emerald type grown in Florida; always use Haas avocados as they are more flavorful and much less watery than the Florida variety. A small reddish-brown bush bean (they grow on bushes rather than vines) cultivated in China and Japan. [Spanish] marinated and grilled beef hearts. They are highly nutritious and can be used raw, roasted or toasted. Ground kernels of peaches or apricots are often added to enhance the almonds. Allspice is made from the fruit of an evergreen tree found in the Western Hemisphere. Money that a manufacturer pays a wholesaler or retailer to advertise a product, brand or line. The younger variety, when still soft, is used on cheese trays and antipasto presentations. This large low:fat, firm:textured salt:water fish has a mild, sweet flavor that compares with lobster. 0000001368 00000 n A tool with a round frame sectioned off by either wire or metal blades. Available in liquid, granular, and tablet forms. 1. Nut of the oak tree; an Apache cooking staple. A dye made from the pulp surrounding the seeds of the South American annatto tree; mainly used to color cheese, particularly cheddar. To give a dish or liquid a slightly acidic, tart or piquant taste by adding some lemon juice, vinegar, or unripened fruit juice. [French] The manner of simple English-style cooking, such as boiling or steaming. Asadero means "fit for roasting," indicating this cheese is very suitable for melting; also known as Chihuahua and Oaxaca. 0000164326 00000 n The science and art of growing crops and raising livestock; farming. Once purchased, they should be refrigerated in the ventilated plastic container in which they are usually sold and kept for no more than two days. Between 1990 and 2000, the number of Hispanics in Oregon grew 144%. %PDF-1.3 %���� 2. After processing, the pale yellow color turns a brilliant gold. A popular choice for salads and sandwiches, alfalfa sprouts are best eaten raw. [Spanish] snack or an appetizer, it means little whim. [French] term applied to a dish to which a combination of delicate fresh herbs (usually tarragon, chervil, parsley, and chives) have been added. Keeps indefinitely if stored in a cool dry place. The most common acid salts in home baking powders are Sodium aluminum sulfate NaAl(SO4)2 and Monocalcium phosphate Ca(H2PO4)2. Means with butter. A small amount is being commercial raised. Serve cold or chilled. Washington, DC 20036 (202) 463-2124. Today, most types are produced using cow's milk. It has been over-harvested and is very expensive when available. [French] cooked food, covered with a sauce and sprinkled with crumbled or grated cheese, dotted with butter and browned under the grill or broiler. Click here for the food adjectives flashcards. A single spice, rather than a combination of all spices, which is reminiscent of a nutmeg, cloves, juniper berries, pepper, and cinnamon mixture. An estimate of current inventory that is determined by subtracting the costs of the current inventory and goods sold from the cost of the original inventory. It is preferable to cornstarch because it provides a clear finish, rather than a cloudy paste. They also may be stir-fried or sauteed, but should only be cooked for 30 seconds or less to avoid wilting. It is a favorite addition for fish, meats and vegetables. A Mexican plant with large, fleshy leaves. Spanish English food glossary will help you with all the most common food words in Spanish and English. A small (one-quarter inch long or so), oval, brown or reddish-brown dried bean. It is the only tuna that can be called white, and the most expensive canned tuna. A lean, mild fish found along the South Atlantic coast. [Spanish] in Texas, a sour marinade paste made with chiles, herbs and vinegar; in New Mexico and El Paso, a marinade for pork made with red New Mexican chiles, Mexican oregano and garlic. We have included most of the ingredients you will see on menus including seafood and fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, dairy, nuts and more. An independent retailer that purchases products and services from a cooperative wholesaler. The Japanese use it in soups. A short-grain rice with a hard core, white color and mild flavor. For an easy, stress-free way to boost your Spanish vocabulary, get your copy of Spanish audio flashcards below! An American brandy made from apple cider that must spend a minimum of two years in wooden casks before being bottled; very potent, ranging in strength from 80 to 100 proof. A vegetable gelatin made from various kinds of algae or seaweed. A liqueur with a distinct flavor of almonds, though it's often made with apricot pit kernels. Found in most supermarkets. Substitute a little turmeric, paprika or saffron in a recipe if achiote is unavailable. Camera-ready print ads, such as illustrations, company logos and copy, provided by retailers and manufacturers for newspaper advertisements. any of the group of US cheeses made with emulsifiers to increase smoothness and pasteurized milk to increase storage life; 51% of the final weight must be cheese. A term used to describe the holding of meats at a temperature of 34 to 36 degrees F. for a period of time to tenderize. Sweet varieties are used as edible nuts. Wide, broad; ripened, dried poblano chile; wrinkled and dark reddish brown color, measuring about 5 inches long and 3 inches across the shoulders; most often used in sauces and stews; sometimes ground into a powder for use in chilis and spice rubs; pasilla chiles may be substituted. In Italian and Mexican cooking, foods grilled over charcoal. See also Annatto Seed. American Wholesale Marketers Association. It is expressed in a percentage (lbs./liters of water needed per pound/kilo of flour). Fresh off the tree, ababai has a thin skin and looks like a small papaya with a flesh that is firm and uniform in texture. A recommended air temperature used to transport or to store perishable foods. Food, fruit, and drinks to learn English. Usually served straight, on the rocks or used as a mixer. [French] In the English style; boiled and served without a sauce. White, powdery thickening agent ground finer than flour. 0000172457 00000 n All of these will make fine sauces, but nothing can compare to the original version. There is also a purple variety called Viola. See forced distribution. Numerous kinds and brands on the market. Also, a seasoned Mexican sauce made with vinegar and chilies like the sauce in which Chipolte peppers usually are sold. Alkalis such as baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) neutralize acids and react with acidic ingredients as a leavener. Usually made into achiote paste; earthy flavor with a hint of iodine; prized as a coloring agent and is used commercially to color Cheddar cheeses and butter; used in slow-cooked sauces and stews; very slow to dissolve and needs to be ground. Considered the true artichoke, the globe artichoke is cultivated mainly in California's mid-coastal region. It is the bud of a large plant from the thistle family and has tough, petal shaped leaves. New products are tested by consumers. The Japanese call this fish "katsuo" and the Hawaiians call it "aku.". Not a good substitute for sugar in baked recipes. [French] blue; fish cooked immediately after being caught will turn blue upon preparation. A steak cut from the chuck which require rather long slow cooking. A gummy resin derived from a special plant. Pasta should retain a slight resistance when biting into it, but should not have a hard center. Do not substitute the dried for the fresh. 0000003026 00000 n American Buffalos are presently raised on game farms. See 3 authoritative translations of For food in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations. Cold water with vinegar, lemon or lime juice added. HA$����XTC����}�s�2p��P9�`ӏR����C�E��p ��Ni�$��A�?�V�}��Մ��$��ͧ�ɴ�;h�ev�V�A�1�ד+ѻ�h\4J��>��S�h?gҳ�r^�K�5�Dxѫ�B^�[��K���t��M&�֛vEz=��S��63 �KR��6 ���k�RZ�'2�{�TP�"&�w�J�O���Joj���-K~Ӽŧ��=�H�Ã�S�uh��� ҈*�j��J.D��q �OZ�j��@�_�*Z*88�)i��wrɝd:��٦�IG��[�M�"���W Absenta (licor). En accolade means serving two like kinds of food leaning against each other. This is a mega list of food adjectives. White wheat flour blended to contain a moderate amount of protein and used for a wide range of general baking and cooking. Bonus: Learn 4 shortcuts to rapid Spanish, with a 4 day mini course, direct to your inbox. Spanish. A term used in Spanish and Italian referring to a dish cooked in the style of shepherd cooking, usually vertically over a grill or spit. A Philippine national dish of braised pork, chicken, or fish. The acid salt reacts chemically with the bicarbonate to release CO2 gas. Another (Indian) word for eggplant or aubergine is brinjal. In its fresh green state, it is known as a poblano. The United States has over 200 ADIs. The hard, aged asiago has a full, rich, almost nutty, flavor. A spicy sausage made from pork chitterlings and tripe. Apples can be eaten raw, cooked, pureed or used for juice. Foods generally referred to as acidic include citrus juice, vinegar, and wine. A dip made of pureed anchovies mixed with garlic and olive oil. Dried poblano chilies that come in color ranging from dark red to almost black. All-purpose flour may be bleached or unbleached. Bananas and citrus fruit like oranges are common ingredients. It is one of the few fruits that will not dissolve when cooked. A calculation that determines a product's current cost by adding a product's current cost to its replacement cost and dividing that sum by two. A fruit treated as a vegetable, the avocado is native to Central or South America, but is now widely grown in Florida, California, and many other warm places. Spanish vocabulary lists. Similar to some vegetables, arrowhead ferns collapse considerably when cooked. Round or crescent-shaped stuffed pasta, usually filled with meat. Tropical fruit, native to Africa, commonly eaten in Jamaica with salt cod. It is not a Spanish term. In a diluted form acetic acid is vinegar. Available fresh or canned. A starch similar in appearance and qualities as cornstarch. 0000206073 00000 n A term associated with a pink cream sauce, colored with paprika or that have tomato puree or concasse added to it. A clarified jelly used to cover cold foods. Apple syrup or a type of apple turnover. When comparing this dictionary, there is very little competition at all…a very useful resource in the industrial, professional and supporting research areas, as well as for non-food scientists who have supervisory and management responsibility in a food area. The "baker's dozen" refers to providing 13 baked items for the price of 12 and originated as a way to avoid shortchanging the customer. They are often linked to refrigerators and lighting as part of energy management systems. Raw vegetables and bread are served with this dip. It is similar in consistency to mayonnaise. 0000145061 00000 n They are available canned (whole or chopped) and fresh. [French] rings or slices of vegetables cooked in oil. absinthe. Alkalis have an excess of hydroxyl ions when in solution. A substance having a sour or sharp flavor. A manufacturer's business review for retail accounts that lays out the timing and scope for product promotions, deals and allowances for a coming year. 0000004783 00000 n A chemical compound that yields hydrogen ions when in solution. ����=����h�����Hu̴�#�#���2#YN ;J�K�I���i����aھ���9%��'��.av_����Ì/c4"�i�K�2��j��7�}ξ�)�;+f�'Dd�;����|�13{[$���9g5�S�. Generally used as secondary codes to provide information not included in standard U.P.C. Small, silvery fish that are usually cured with salt. It refers to dishes served with spinach and topped with a mornay sauce. Referring to meats, poultry, or game served with its own unthickened juices; a French term. Also called "Awabi" in Japanese cuisine and "Loco" in South American cuisine. 1. It has tough gray-green petal-shaped leaves with soft flesh underneath (which is eaten), a furry choke (that is discarded) and a tender center (called the heart which is also eaten). It may be cooked in liquid or popped. (above 3,500 ft.), adjustments may be needed in baking, cooking time, temperature and recipes. A member of the mint family, applemint sprigs have a slightly fruity flavor and can be added to fruit salads, cream or cottage cheeses, or used to garnish drinks. An accounting method that measures business profits and costs by taking into account both overhead and the cost of wasteful or inefficient practices two items that are not considered in conventional accounting methods. The sale of merchandise through a coin-operated machine. Carne de Res = Beef Spanish aguayon agujas para cocinar carne para asar chambarete chambarete de mano concha costillas chuletas cuete paleta falda filete pecho de res pecho curado milanesa molida pescuezo pierna entera trozo de rosbif chuleta de dos lomos There you have it, Spanish food and drinks vocabulary. The amount of money a customer spends on each shopping trip. The climate diversity makes Spanish food very rich in vegetables, meat and fish, but the variety of the Spanish cuisine is not only because of the weather, its location and history has led many different cultures to live together. [Spanish] snacks; corn- or tortilla-based Mexican foods, including enchiladas, tacos and tamales. An extract of seaweed used as a thickening agent. 0000003730 00000 n Items or resources used to facilitate or add value to a company's operation. Amaranth is also called Chinese Spinach, een choy and callaloo. WHY A SPANISH-ENGLISH / ENGLISH-SPANISH DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH TERMS? Spanish Food Words. Culture & Culture Test . Alfalfa sprouts are widely available in supermarkets. As part of Babylon's Translation platform Spanish-English Food Dictionary is designed to help you with your Spanish to English translation.. Get translations into Spanish of English words and phrases, technical terms and specialized terminology, jargon and slang words. A tasteless, starchy substance used as a thickening agent. A small serving of food or beverage served before first course of a meal. These phrases can be used to order food in any restaurant or at a street stand. √ 100% FREE. Their primary use is in Indian cooking, giving foods a sweet and sour flavor. 0000008786 00000 n A strong garlic mayonnaise from the Provence region of southern France. The practice can be seen in the Baker Guild codes of the Worshipful Company of Bakers in London, 12th century. Its lack of gluten means it must be combined with wheat flour in yeast breads. They are moderately hot with a smoky flavor. Often spelled Almondine. This small tuna (6 to 8 pounds) has a light:colored meat similar to yellowfin. [Spanish] Anise; small, elongated seed from the anise plant that tastes like licorice; the anise plant is a member of the carrot family. It should be firm but pliable before using. Its iridescent ear:shaped shell is the source of mother:of:pearl. A characteristic of flour to take up and retain (hold) water or liquids. These are usually fond dried. Money management methods and procedures, which include inventories; budgeting; strategic and long-range planning; expense controls; taxes, including depreciation guidelines; direct product profit, among others. Literally "to the tooth," used to describe the correct degree of doneness for pasta and vegetables. The sources may be web or print sources, but make sure if you use web sources to evaluate your source! The fruit has a sweet flavor and one of the highest concentrations of vitamin C. It is used in desserts and preserves. Basically is is a garlic mayonnaise. Example. It has a very salty and has a distinctive taste. Also known as genipa, genip, ginup, honeyberry, limoncillo, Spanish lime and mamoncillo. It has bright green leaves with a mild licorice flavor. Cubes of aspic are a common garnish to foie gras. A light, airy cake made without egg yolks or other fats; its structure is based on the air whipped into the egg whites; traditionally baked in a tube pan. [Spanish] wire mesh stovetop grill which can be used to roast vegetables over an outdoor fire or on the stovetop. An important food fish of the Indo:Pacific region that offers a tender, white flesh. 0000004549 00000 n The term also describes cooking vegetables until crisp by steaming, boiling, or stir:frying. Almond paste is available in most supermarkets. Crescent-shaped seeds which are a member of the parsley family; used in both sweet and savory dishes; impart a strong licorice flavor and a lightly sweet tone to food. Anglo-Spanish Food Glossary: 500 words. A concentrated flavoring made from alcohol and bitter-almond oil, primarily used baking. Spanish Worksheets Vocabulary Worksheets Alphabet Worksheets Kindergarten Worksheets Vocabulary Words Food Vocabulary Teacher Worksheets Cursive Letters Chart Alphabet Charts. 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