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Coquelet is the French word for "baby chicken".

Curacoa refers to an orange-flavored liqueur made from the dried peel of bitter oranges which is grown on the Caribbean island of Curacao.

Calmar Frits is the French term for "fried squids". Calmar frits can be served with sliced of lemons, mayonnaise, ketchup as an appetizer or snack.

Cecina refer to salted, cured, dried meats similar to jerky. Cecina is also sometimes made with cured and dried horse meat.

Caldeirada de Peixe refers to Portugal's fish soupy stew made with onions, tomatoes, potatoes and olive oil usually with wine. Caldeirada de Peixe is typical of northern Portugal.

Caisse is the French for cash register or cash desk where you pay your purchases.