"DOC" or “Controlled Denomination of Origin”. A geographical indication shown on the label of reserved wines that meet the requirements set out by specific production regulations and national and community legislation.
Refers to the removal of the large vein that runs down the length of a shrimp. A fork can be inserted in the back of the shrimp to pull out the vein or a knife can be used to cut a slit down the length of the shrimp.
A Cajun food dish prepared with poultry giblets (turkey or chicken gizzard and liver), ground chicken, turkey, beef, or game, onions, green peppers, celery, fried or steamed rice, garlic, pepper, bacon fat, and Cajun seasoning.
Small, pre-moistened towels or towelettes that are used to clean surfaces for the removal of dirt and bacteria, such as staph and salmonella that may have been placed on the affected surface from foods, persons or animals.
A type of flatbread or pancake that is a traditional food from India. Dosas are made from a batter of rice and other ingredients that are mixed together and then poured onto a griddle for baking until they turn a crispy light brown in color.
A food process involving the placement of small bits and/or pieces of food ingredients over, within, or around the food being prepared in order to evenly distribute particles or components that are to be melted, absorbed, or added to enhance the flavor.