A tropical citrus fruit that is characterized by its slightly bitter taste. Grapefruit is usually about the size of a softball or larger, has a skin that is usually yellow in color and flesh that ranges in color from yellowish-white to deep ruby red.
Grapeseed oil is a byproduct of the winemaking industry. The majority of oil extracted from grape seeds is produced in France, Switzerland, and Italy, but there are also a few producers in the United States.
An Italian beverage that is considered to be a lower quality brandy. Unlike the traditional wine making process, grappa is distilled from grape by-products that include the pomace, skin, stem, and seeds that are processed but not aged.
A kitchen utensil that is used to separate the fat from the juices of the meat. The hot meat juices or any hot meat stock containing fat is poured into the separator and the fat rises to the top while the thicker layers of the meat juices remain on the bottom.
A curry paste made up of a combination of ingredients, which typically include small green chiles, lemongrass, skin of the kaffir lime, shallot, garlic, shrimp paste, salt, galangal, pepper and coriander.