Glossary G

Gule Aerter refers to a Danish thick soup made from dried yellow peas.

Gulab Jamun refers to deep-fried cake balls served with aromatic syrups.

Gewurztraminer refers to an excellent white-wine grape that is grown in Germany and California. It is pink and yields a spicy, heavily perfumed, soft wine. "Gewurz" means "spice" in German.

Grümmel Kandis refers to a variety of German candy sugar that has been broken into small pieces. It is highly aromatic and has a strong caramel flavor. , Grümmel Kandis is an absolutely multi-talented sugar variety. Grümmel Kandis are ideal for baking honey cakes, gingerbread and Printen, a kind of biscuit and a specialty of Aachen, Germany and for decorating biscuits.

Gammel Ost refers to the distinctive Norwegian cheese which is brown in color and tangy sharp in taste. It is also distinctive in odor and for this reason is always served from its own covered dish.

Goro Wafers refers to Norway's thin dough made of eggs, flour, cream, and vanilla which is cut to fit the patterned Goro iron pan. When the Goro pan's two (2) sides are pressed together, a pattern is baked on, and then it is quickly rolled into crisp tubes while hot. The Goro Wafer is a coffee treat.