Glossary W

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Whitloof refers to the Flemish name for the variety of chicory from which the famed Belgian endive was developed.

Wax Paper or Waxed Paper refers to a translucent paper coated on both sides with a thin layer of wax. It is used for lining baking pans and covering food in the microwave.

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.

Wellfleet refers to a variety of oyster found in the Atlantic ocean and east Coast of the United States from Cape Cod in Massachusetts. It is slightly salty crisp and firm with a mild finish. Fresh seafood that includes the Wellfleet oyster is a specialty and takes center stage in many of the Cape Cod restaurants, as with most oceanside towns and villages.

Whim-Wham is a Scottish dessert with whipped cream and white wine and grated lemon peel that is layered with sponge cake. It is topped with cream. Whim-Wham originates from 18th century Scotland, when the word whim-wham was used to describe something light and

Mulsum is a traditional Ancient Roman recipe for a drink made by combining wine and honey which was served chilled. Also, Mulsum refers to a white wine mixed with anise and honey.