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Scullion refers to a kitchen servant who does menial work.

Shivaree refers to the noisy, mock serenade to a newly married couple, involving the banging of kettles, pots and pans. Shivaree also known as Chivaree, Chivari, or Charivari.

Spatchcock means to split open a fowl for grilling. Spatchcock also refers to a fowl prepared in this manner (split open) . Spitchcock is also used to describe a similar way of cooking an eel.

Sarkkara / Sarkara is the Malayalam term for Jaggery

Sakiz Leblebi refers to Turkish roasted white chickpeas.

Sis is the Turkish word for "Skewer".

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