Glossary F

The food glossary +++ 'Foza Sy Hena-Kisoa', 'Fruit', 'Faiai Eleni'

Frittata comes to us from the Italian word "fritta" for "fried." It is made made from beaten eggs into which various ingredients (cooked and chopped vegetables, etc) are thoroughly mixed with cheese before cooking  and the complete mixture is then fried slowly over a medium flame in extra virgin olive oil.

Flocons de mais is the French term meaning "cornflakes"

Festival refers to one of the foods from Jamaica which can be best described as a slightly sweet, crispy cornmeal fritter that is frequently served in the country with any Jamaican dish. Festivals go very well with Jerk dishes and spicy fish recipes where the sweet Festivals provide a deliciously complementary taste.

Fruit refers to any product of plant growth useful to humans or animals, such as apples, pears, plums , orange, etc.

Fresco is the Italian word for fresh, as in fresh pasta (fresche paste). It also means uncooked, raw

Fungee refers to cornmeal and okra dumplings. One of the specialties of Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda is one of the islands in the Caribbean.