A European cheese originally produced in the Auvergne region of France. Made with partially skimmed pasteurized or unpasteurized cow's milk and at times buttermilk, Gaperon cheese is formed into dome-like shapes with flat bottoms.
A blend of spices that is a common seasoning in India. There are many variations, but some of the spices included in the blend are cinnamon, cloves, cumin, curry powder, ginger, nutmeg, pepper, and turmeric.
A variety of flour that is most often used in East Indian cooking. Garbanzo beans, also known as chickpeas, are processed into a flour that is very similar to millet providing a rich sweet flavor to baked foods.
A kitchen utensil that is used as a "pot" for baking garlic bulbs. Although there are garlic pots that are made specifically to store garlic, some garlic bakers are used as storage devices if constructed of a material such as terracotta that absorbs moisture and if the device has a way to circulate air so mold does not begin to grow on the garlic.
A dried form of garlic that has been ground into granules rather than powder. Granulated garlic can be used much the same as garlic powder, but has about half the flavoring power as the same measure of garlic powder and like powder, the granules lack in providing the garlic texture of a fresh garlic.
A container that is built for the purpose of storing garlic cloves or bulbs. Small and most often round in shape with a loosely fitted top, the garlic pot can be placed in a kitchen area on a counter for ease of access.