Glossary W

The food glossary +++ 'Witblitz', 'Walnuss', 'Waza'
Wallop is the British slang for "Beer". Wallop is also an old cooking term which means to boil with a continued bubbling noise.
Walnuss is the German word for "Walnut" which is usually used for making desserts and also as a toppng for salads.
Windfalls is an to an old/historic term for "Hard pears" .
Warmbier refers to a German soup with raw eggs beaten into beer and lemon.
Windbeutel is a German word for "cream puff ", a hollow round of crisp choux pastry that is split in half, filled with a cream or custard, and dusted with powdered sugar.
Wapiti is a Canadian deer prepared like venison; a North American deer which is still a part of Quebec's cooking. In Quebec, games are popular, including venison, quail, goose, caribou, and Wapiti. Many menus feature emu and lamb raised north of Québéc City in Charlevoix.