Glossary D

Domodah refers to one of the traditional foods of Gambia which is a meat or chicken stewed in groundnut puree and served with rice. Gambia is located on the western coast of Africa.

Duruka refers to Fiji's unusual asparagus-like vegetable which is in season during April and May.

Dodoma refers to Tanzania's red or rosé wine.

Duroc refers to a breed of a pig with good flavor and fat-to-lean ratio. Moreover, Duroc or A la Duroc is a culinary or cooking term that refers to a garnish of new potatoes browned in butter.

Dingac refers to the king of all wines from Croatia which contains 15-16% of alcohol. Dingac is a thick red wine from the peninsula of Peljesac in Croatia.

Ducana refers to one of Antiguan specialities which is a solid hunk of grated sweet potato mixed with coconut and spices and steamed in a banana leaf. Ducana is a sweet potato dumpling that is usually served with saltfish and "Chop Up", which is made with mashed aubergine, okra and seasoning..