A plant native to Europe and Asia that is grown for its fiber or its seeds. Similar to several other plants that are not actually considered grains (amaranth and buckwheat, for example), Flax is often used like one.
A saltwater fish that has flaky white flesh when cooked and a mild flavor. It is one of the varieties of flatfish that are characterized by their flat oval bodies, horizontal swimming style, and eyes that are on one side of their head.
A type of flatfish that is a member of the flounder family. The skin on the top side is grayish brown to black with the underside white, typical of flatfish which lay on their underside and have two eyes on their top side or left side when considered in a vertical, rather than flat position.
A traditional French delicacy (translated it means "fat or fatty liver") that consists of a fattened goose or duck liver that is marinated several times before being served either baked or baked and chilled.
The process of blending a light ingredient, such as beaten egg whites, into a heavier ingredient by lifting from underneath with a spatula or spoon In order to fold ingredients properly, the heavier ingredient is placed at the bottom of a bowl and the lighter above.
A type of cookware that consists of a pot with a heat source such as a portable cooking fuel or an electrical heating element placed directly below the pot that is used for a food preparation process known as fondues.
Made to heat the ingredients placed in a fondue pot or a chafing dish, the Burner for these utensils is positioned directly below the pot or the dish and if not electric will use some type of portable fuel for a heat source.
A kitchen utensil used to puree, mash or coarsely grind various foods. Consisting of a round metal container with a curved blade at the bottom and a hand crank above to turn the blade, food is cut into small pieces and forced through holes in a disk that is positioned just below the blade at the bottom of the mill.