Glossary Q

The food glossary +++ 'Quill', 'Qishr', 'Qumështor'
Quill refers to a cinnamon bark rolled up into a cigar-like tube.
Qumështor refers to a custard dish made of flour, eggs, and milk which is eaten by the Orthodox of southeastern Albania before the beginning of Lent.
Qishr which is also called Qahwa is one of the more common drink in Yemen which is prepared from coffee bean shells, cinnamon and ginger
Qaghaq ta' l-ghasel refers to Malta's pastry which is stuffed with a honey mixture.
Queques refers to "Cupcakes" in Portugal, where Queques are available in different flavors in almost all pastry shops around the country.
Qurt refer to Kazakhtan's dried cheese curds which the Kazakht believed to cure colds. When someone coughed, they recommended Qurt to cure the cold.