The maturation of wine in a wood or stainless steel barrel. The type of barrel, size of barrel, where the barrel originated, and the age of the barrel all have an effect on the flavor and clarity of the wine being aged.
A speciality from the British city of Bath, the Bath Bun is a yeast dough bread, colored with saffron, baked with currants and dried fruits, and topped with a sugary coating made from crushed sugar lumps.
Often referred to simply as "chaps" this food is a meat speciality, originating in the British city of Bath, that is served as a snack or as an ingredient to be combined with other foods such as potatoes or eggs.
A sprout from newly germinated beans harvested for use as a vegetable. The sprouts can be obtained from a variety of beans and seeds with alfalfa, broccoli, and mung bean sprouts among the most commonly sought.
A grape varietal used in the production of white and sparkling wine. Where the Beaunois varietal originated has not been verified, but it has definitely earned a reputation and a home in France’s Burgundy region.
A sandwich meat that is made with cooked beef shavings encased in gelatin and formed into a rectangular-shaped loaf approximately 12 inches in length that is typically 4 inches wide by 4 inches in depth.