Andouillettes are tripe sausages—sausages made from the stomach lining of pigs together with various assorted innards and a leavening of belly of pork, and stuffed inside the pig's intestine. They ...
Distilled, flavoured, and sweetened alcoholic liquors, usually 20–40% alcohol, 20–30% sugar.
A Neapolitan Christmas speciality: little deep-fried rounds of dough coated in caramel. The etymology of the word is unknown.
Greek dry white wine, with a strong resinous flavour due to the addition of pine resin as a preservative.
A liqueur made from the rind of Seville oranges and brandy or gin; 30% alcohol, 30% sugar; 300 kcal (1 260 kJ)/100 mL.
Meat, fish, or poultry coated with a white sauce that jellifies when cooling down. The dish is served cold.
Manzanilla is a type of fino sherry made at Sanlucar de Barrameda, about 20 kilometres northeast of Jerez. Sanlucar is near the sea, on the estuary of the River Guadalquivir, and it is said that the ...
One of the nine ‘classic’ grape varieties used for wine making; the wines have a flowery aroma when young.
A dish of white meat or poultry, boned, rolled, cooked with herbs, glazed with aspic jelly, and served cold.
Fortified wine (about 16% alcohol by volume) flavoured with herbs and quinine. French vermouth is dry and colourless; Italian may be red or white and is sweet. Drunk as an apéritif, either with soda ...
Boiled sweets with sharp flavour from tartaric acid (originally called acidulated drops); known as sourballs in the USA.
Based on chicle and other plant resins, with sugar or other sweetener, balsam of Tolu and various flavours.
Spirit distilled from fermented grape juice (sometimes other fruit juices); may be flavoured with fruits, etc. See also marc.
Indian;dish of rice and pulses. Modified to English (Victorian) breakfast dish of flaked fish with egg and rice.
Rich cake containing no dried fruit, flavoured with lemon, and traditionally decorated with strips of candied citron peel.
In the USA, and increasingly in Britain, a cream soda is a sweet fizzy drink flavoured with vanilla, originally made from soda water. The American Agriculturist (20 December 1854) was in on the ...
Crisp, golden-brown pancake with deep indentations made by baking batter in a waffle iron which cooks both sides simultaneously.
Originally a beverage made from lemon juice with water and sugar; now also a wide variety of carbonated beverages.
Edible stems of Apium graveolens var. dulce. A 100‐g portion (two sticks) is a source of vitamin C; provides 2 g of dietary fibre; supplies 8 kcal (34 kJ). The seeds are used as a flavouring, and may ...
French;whole nuts, usually almonds, with hard sugar or sugared chocolate coating. Silver dragées are coated with silver leaf.