Christmas Recipes
This dictionary of culinary terms and food glossary makes it easy to find information on specfic foods, dishes, cooking methods, and recipes. Information is listed by keyword.

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Quaila game bird sought for its fine flavor.
Quarta measure of volume in the U.S. system; 32 fluid ounces equal 1 quart and 4 quarts equal one gallon.
Quenellestiny mousses poached in broth, then drained and served with a savory sauce. Fish and poultry mousses are most popular.
Quesocreamy cheeses or cottage cheese from Mexico or Argentina.
Quinoa (KEEN-wah)A staple of the ancient peoples of Peru, who called it "the mother grain", quinoa is today an important food in South American cuisine. Hailed as the "supergrain of the future," quinoa contains more protein than any other grain, and is considered a complete protein because it contains all eight essential amino acids. Tiny and bead-shaped, the ivory-colored quinoa cooks like rice (taking half the time of regular rice) and expands to four times its original volume. Its flavor is delicate, almost bland, and has been compared to that of couscous.
Quichesavory custard baked in a pie shell.
Quoormaa spicy Pakistani or Indian stew of mutton and yogurt. Rack
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