Milza is the Italian word for spleen. In some countries, like Italy, it is used as food usually combined with liver and prepared or cooked as a topping for crostini.
Milza is pronounced "meel-zah"
Spleen is called "lapay" in Filipino or in the Philippines, where it is also used as food, as when cooking Igado or Bachoy
Svezzato is the Italian term for "weaned", in cooking, it refers to weaned baby lamb or newly born pig . . . Read More
|Vacation Time! Culinary Holidays, Learn Basic Food Terms in 6 Languages||■■■■■■|
Vacation Time! Culinary Holidays, Learn Basic Food Terms in 6 Languages: It is spring time, the weather . . . Read More
A piacere is an Italian cooking term that means "to please", referring to foods or dishes "cooked your . . . Read More
Features: This website not only features a glossary of international food and drink, but also provides . . . Read More
Ginarep refers to a Filipino food, particularly of the Bicol Region made of sauteed shrimp and grated . . . Read More
Strutto: Strutto is the Italian word for lard. In Italy "Strutto" is a fat cream made from most fat protective . . . Read More
Scottare is the Italian cooking term which means to saute the food in hot fat to make it golden brown . . . Read More
Piatti veloce is the Italian term for "quick dishes", referring to dishes which is easy and quick to . . . Read More
Semola is the Italian word for bran, partly ground wheat. It also refers to a food prepared from the . . . Read More
Con Panna is the Italian term which means "with cream", referring to food cooked or prepared "with cream", . . . Read More