Glossary G

The food glossary +++ 'Pinaltok', 'Ginisa', 'Galunggong'
Gizzada refers to a Jamaican coconut confectionary made from grated coconut and sugar adorned in a flour base made to look like a shallow cup. Gizzada is usually brown in colour but can also be white with pink on top.

Gaseosas is the Spanish word for "carbonated drinks"

Guaro refers to one of the popular drinks in Honduras which tastes like licorice, but is actually a sugarcane liquor. Guaro is also called Aguardiente.

Garrapinada refers to a very popular treat from Uruguay which is sold in little bags in the downtown street of Uruguay as street food. Garrapinada is made with peanuts, cocoa, vanilla and sugar.

Gahat Ki Dal is a Kumaoni dish prepared from Gahat (a kind of lentil). The dish is also consisting of other ingredients such as, turmeric, rice, coriander powder, red chilli powder, fat, ginger, asafetida, garlic, cumin seeds. Kumaoni are the people and the language of the people of Almora, Nainital, Pithoragarh, Bageshwar, Udhamsingh Nagar districts of Uttarakhand, a region in Indian Himalayas.

Garhwali refers to the people and local dialects spoken by the people of Garhwal. Garhwal, or Gadhwal, is a region and administrative division of Uttaranchal, lying in the Himalayas. It is bounded on the north by Tibet, on the east by Kumaon region, on the south by Uttar Pradesh, and on the west by Himachal Pradesh. It includes the districts of Chamoli, Dehradun, Haridwar, Pauri (Pauri Garhwal), Rudraprayag, Tehri (Tehri Garhwal), and Uttarkashi. The administrative center for Garhwal division is the town of Pauri.