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Hamin is another name for Cholent describing the traditional meals served in Jewish families on the Sabbath. Ingredients such as meat, onions, beans, garlic and other herbs and spices are thrown in one pot to simmer. It usually warms overnight. Hamin is a traditional Jewish stew simmered overnight, for 12 hours or more, and eaten for lunch on the Sabbath.

- Halaan (clam) soup : Halaan soup refers to a soup from the Philippines where basic ingredient is clam which is called "Halaan" in the Philippines.

Hakarl refers to an Icelandic dish that consists of cured or putrefied shark meat that has been buried for months, then dried for few more months, Hakarl is typically accompanied by a shot of Brenivinn, a caraway-flavored schnapps. Hakarl is prepared by cutting the fish meat into strips and storing in clean gravel beds for several weeks. Following this, the strips of fish are washed then air-fried in special sheds. Although strongly pungent, the flavor is much prized.

Hachis is the French word for "Hash ". Hachis is synonymous to Quenelle, Farcis, and Godiveau or Force-Meat.

Hare is a large relative of the rabbit with a darker flesh and gamey flavor. Rabbit has a creamy white flesh , while Hare's flesh is dark with a strong taste. It is a particularly lean meat rich in proteins and calories. Hare is small mammal (60 centimetres and 3.5 kilos on average) from the Leporidae family. Like the wild rabbit, the Hare (lepus) differs from the latter by its russet-colored hide, black tipped ears longer than the head, with hind legs more developed than the forelegs, allowing it to take great leaps (up to 3 metres!). Furthermore, it does not dig burrows and lives in forms barely concealed in a fold of land. Hare feeds and mates at night. Like Wild Rabbit, the Hare is herbivorous and feeds on grains and plants in woods, fields, meadows and vineyards. When food is scarce, it will eat the bark of young trees. In France, the two main hare breeds are the common hare also known as brown Hare and the variable hare, which has the particularity of changing colour with the seasons. They are found across Europe and through to East Asia. Hare is cooked differently depending on the age: when young, Hares are roasted or pan fried and when older, they are cooked in a civet, stew or terrine. However, the most subtle recipe is still Hare à la Royale with foie gras and truffles.

Haupia refers to a Hawaiian dessert - a creamy coconut pudding. Haupia is basically a sweetened coconut milk that is chilled and allowed to harden in a sheet pan, then cut into small squares and served cold.

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