Glossary S

The food glossary +++ 'Sampinit', 'Suman', 'Seonji'
Skim refers to a cooking term which means to remove the thin layer from the top of a liquid. Moreover, Skim means removing the top layer of fat and impurities that rise to the top of stocks, soups, sauces , or other liquids.

Socca refers to a thin, course, chickpea (garbanzo beans) flour pancakes or crepes from Nice, France that is inspired by Middle Eastern cooking. It is flavored with rosemary, fried in olive oil and served in crispy slabs like pizza. Socca is not only found in France, but it is also one of the foods found in Monaco. It is a traditional Monegasque snack and street food that is often served with white wine. Socca is also called La Socca in France. Socca is pronounced "sohk-kah".

Stamppot Witte Kool refers to Netherland's dish made of white cabbage and potatoes cooked and mashed together and served with butter. Stamppot Witte Kool is a typical winter dish of the Dutch.

Szárnyasok is the Hungarian word for "poultry", as in chicken, hen, pheasant, etc.

Saucisse is the French word for "sausage" which are fresh and have to be cooked, like Saucisse de Porc, Saucisse Seche, and many other other sausages found in France

Sultana refer to a golden colored, white grape raisins made from Sultana grapes and a name which is also given to white, seedless grapes of Turkish or Iranian origin.These grapes are larger than currants but smaller than regular raisins, known as Golden raisins. Sultanas are also referred to in America as Thompson Seedless which are enjoyed by many because of their extra sweet flavor.

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