A milk and/or broth-based soup made from the flesh of orange Sweet Potatoes. Typically, this soup contains bits of onion and garlic cooked in a chicken broth that is mixed with milk, yogurt or half-and-half as a base.
A short grain variety of white rice that sticks together when it is cooked. This variety is generally used for commercial product formulations rather than home recipes, converting the rice starch and flour into food binders for fillings, gravies and sauces.
In reference to dishes with a flavor that is both sweet and tart. The flavor generally comes from the combination of both sugar and vinegar in making a dressing or sauce that is served with meat, fish or vegetables or a combination of these foods.
The purpose of swirling wine in a glass is to oxygenate the wine. When oxygen is introduced to a wine it releases the chemical components that produce those aromas we search for and is thought to smooth the taste of the wine.
Originating in Switzerland, this cheese is characterized by the large holes ("eyes") found throughout the cheese, which grow larger and increase in number the longer the cheese ripens, due to the gas bubbles enclosed in the ageing cheese.