Glossary B

The food glossary +++ 'Batwan / Batuan', 'Burro fuso', 'Balakwit'
Breudher refers to Sri Lankan buttery yeast cake with has its origins in Dutch colonial times. It is rich in eggs and butter. Breudher which is traditonally made during Christmas and New Year is venerated by the Burghers of Sri Lanka.

Bauernwurst or farmhouse sausage is made with pork and beef with a spicy taste from adding mustard and marjoram. It is a coarse German sausage that is seasoned with mustard and marjoram and smoked. Bauernwurst is one of the many varieties of German sausages.

Bosanski Lonac refers to an authentic Bosnian culinary specialty which is a casserole prepared in an eartheware cooking pot called "Lonac" with a variety of vegetables and meat. Moeroevr, Bosanski Lonac refers to a popular entreé in Bosnia which is a mixture of meat and vegetables slowly roasted and served in a ceramic pot with a long, wide neck. Bosanski Ionac is also described as cabbage and meat stew. Cabbage-based dishes are popular in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia is in southeastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula, bordering Slovenia to the northwest, Croatia to the north, and Serbia and Montenegro to the south and southwest; it has a tiny coastline along the Adriatic Sea, while Herzegovina is the southern portion of the country which is shaped like a triangle whose tip (surrounded by Croatia and Yugoslavia) touches the Adriatic.

Bulgogi refers to Korean's quintessential food made of marinated and grilled beef . Beef  is sliced thinly then marinated in seasoning before being grilled. The marinade includes pear juice or sugar, soy sauce, minced garlic, diced green onion, sesame oil. 

 

Picture below is the Bulgogi in one of the Korean Restaurants in Bremen, Germany. 

 








Basboosa refers to Yemen's semolina tart soaked with syrup; a Yemenis popular dessert made with semolina, eggs and yogurt. Likewise, Basboosa is one of the favorite desserts in many Middle Eastern and North African countries.

Bierre Pression is the French term for "Draught Beer"