Glossary G

The food glossary +++ 'Gurken', 'Guatemalan Avocado', 'Gaudes'
Gemischter Aufschnitt vom Wild is the German term referring to "cold cuts of game", referring to sliced assorted cold meats of animals killed in a hunt or meat from wild animals used as food

Gibson refers to a drink that is identical to the Martini, which is made with gin and Vermouth, except that it is garnished with a white cocktail onion. Gibson was named after the illustrator Charles Gibson, the creator of the famous "Gibson Girl."

Glögg -refers to a Swedish spiced-wine punch containing boiled fruit and brandy or Aquavit. Glögg is served hot. Gløgg also refers to Denmark's hot wine drink which is popular in December and cold winter nights. Glögg is made from spiced red wine with raisins and almonds.

Gremolata refers to an Italian preparation of finely chopped lemon or sometimes orange peel , raw garlic and flat-leaf parsley used to cut the riches of braises such as Osso Buco alla Milanese or pork stews. Gremolata is also known as Gremolada.

Gomi refers to a Georgian dense pasty dish made from cornmeal or wheat flour cooked without spices. It is served hot with spicy dishes, instead of bread. Gomi is similar to talian polenta or Romanian Mamaliga . Gomi is available in local supermarkets in Georgia. Gomi is very easy to cook, it is just made from a mixture of cornmeal, salt and water ( 1 cup cornmeal to 2 cups water). The mixture is cooked in a pan until it is thick and steaming. Gomis can be eaten with a variety of sauces poured on top of it. It is used as a compliment to a dish.

Groundnut is another wor for "peanut", grounduts is mostly used in African countries when they refer to peanuts.