A silicon-based paper, commonly referred to as silicon paper, that is used as a lining between metal surfaces and prepared foods so that the foods do not stick to baking sheets, pie tins, muffin tins, baking dishes, and other surfaces after baking.
Crushed tomato blends that are used often as ingredients for Italian cooking. Passata is made from straining crushed ripe tomatoes with either a fine or coarse strainer to create a smooth or somewhat chunky blend, depending on the strainer texture.
A wooden or stainless steel set of removable or rotating rods laying horizontally, evenly spaced and parallel to each other that are connected to a stand which keeps the rods a foot or more above the base of the rack stand.
A large round cooking pot that is used boil pasta noodles. This kitchen utensil is typically made of stainless steel in a variety of sizes from 8 quart to 12 quart for general home use and larger sizes for commercial use.
The process of heating foods, such as milk, cheese, yogurt, beer, fruit ciders, wine, and other foods to a temperature high enough and for a sufficient period of time to destroy harmful micro-organisms.