A type of bread that originated in Hawaii in the late 1950s, developed specifically by the Taira family of Hilo, who named the bread, “King’s Hawaiian® Sweet Bread." The recipe was inspired by a type of Portuguese sweet bread that was often supplied to sailors who preferred it during their lengthy ocean voyages.
A type of lettuce that has leaves that grow in a dense circular shape. There are many varieties of head lettuce, all of which are grouped into two categories: crisphead, such as iceberg lettuce and butterhead, such as bibb lettuce.
(Scientific Name: Grifola frondosa) Shades of gray-brown, white and tan decorate the layers of wrinkled caps on this delicate Asian mushroom, which grows multiple long stems from the base upwards as it forms a large leafy head.
Butter that has been blended with herbs and other seasonings. It can be used as an ingredient for various dishes such as a stuffed chicken breast in which ingredients including the herb butter are stuffed into a split breast and baked.
A variety of dried herbs grown naturally in the Provence region of southern France that are combined to create a savory flavoring for foods such as fish, meats, olives, potatoes, stews, soups, and sauces.