The food glossary +++ 'Wu Kok', 'Wine', 'Wandouhuang'
flesh and an excellent flavor.
Welsh Rarebit refers to a traditional food of Wales which is a melted Cheese on toast. Moreover, Welsh Rarebit is made of cheddar cheese or a similar variety of cheese melted with milk, or sometimes beer, and poured over toast. It is a British specialty.
Welsh Rarebit is also known as Rarebit. (see Rarebit)
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Rose fried flying fish refers to Barbados dish prepared from the flying fish, which is Barbados’ national . . . Read More
Saltfish is usually cod, but some other varieties of fish can be used as well, that are heavily salted . . . Read More
Abenkwan refers to palm nut/oil soup/stew which is made, prepared or cooked from the pulp of pounded . . . Read More
Supakanja or Superkanja refers to Okra Stew, one of the best known authentic dishes from Gambia, aside . . . Read More
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Stamp and Go refers to a traditional Jamaican fish fritter . The name most likely derived from customers . . . Read More
Maldive Fish refers to a a seasoning used in almost all Sri Lankan dishes. It is made from Bonito which . . . Read More
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Jjim and Jorim are Korean term which means "simmered meat or fish". It is a traditional Korean food. . . . Read More
Mohinga refers to one of a popular dishes in Myanmar (Burma) which is a combination of rice noodles and . . . Read More
Chep-Bu-Jen is the national dish is Senegal; the Wolof word for "rice with fish". Chep-Bu-Jen is made . . . Read More
La bottarga referring to Oristano's ancient speciality, also known as Sardinian caviar. The roe from . . . Read More