Glossary S

The food glossary +++ 'Sampinit', 'Sisig', 'Sinigang'
Shabbat is the weekly Sabbath or day of rest in Judaism and Messianic or Hebraic Christianity, symbolizing the seventh day in Genesis, after the six days of creation. Shabbat is a Hebrew term referring to the Sabbath, the day of rest; the seventh day of the week. Shabbat begins at sundown Friday and ends at sundown on Saturday. Shabbat is also known in Yiddish as Shabbos.

Souq means "market" in Tunisia.

Sour zur refers to the oldest Polish dish, and one which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Sour zur is a fermented soup made from rye flour and dried bread, served with kielbasa and a boiled egg.

Suaasat refers to the national dish of Greenland made of boiled meat of seal with rice and onions. Greenland

Steckrüben is the German word for turnips.

- Satsuma (Japanese) Plum : Satsuma Plum refers to a Japanese plum variety which has medium to large, round, dark red fruit with a small pit. The firm, very juicy fruit has a sweet flavor that is excellent for frest eating, cooking or baking, canning or preserves. Satsuma was introduced in 1899 by the famous plant breeder, Luther Burbank.