A Jewish specialty dish that is basically a type of stuffed cabbage roll. Various mixtures of savory ingredients are placed onto large cabbage leaves, which are then rolled and cooked, either by baking or simmering on the stovetop.
A knife blade with concave beveled edges created by starting midway or lower from the top of the blade and grinding or tapering each side of the blade thinner toward the bottom or cutting edge by grinding a inward curvature.
Often used to refer to hexagonal shapes or designs, this term also refers to a type of storage that is naturally created by honey bees for their use during winter months when their supply of fresh flowers are not available.
A Japanese term used to describe thin rolls of sushi. When the sushi is wrapped in nori (toasted seaweed) it is rolled up as a small circular tube-shaped creation that is then sliced into finger-sized rolled portions.