Glossary 0-9

Çökelekli Zeytin refers to a Turkish salad with cottage cheese, green olives, onions and tomatoes.

À l' Ardennaise means " in the style of the Ardennes", referring to dishes or food cook the Ardennes way or manner, that is: (1) generally with juniper berries; (2) with game birds, seafood (crawfish for example) and pork; and (3) a dish with Jambon Sec des Ardennes (Ardennes dry cured ham from France) in it. An examples is Côtes de porc à l'Ardennaise (pork with juniper berries); Moules à l'Ardennaise (mussels in the style of Ardennes), Sanglier À l' Ardennaise, etc. Ardennes is a département situated in north-eastern France.

Çig is the Turkish word which means "raw" or "uncooked", as in Çig Köfte or raw meatballs, a Turkish dish. Çig is pronounced “chee”.

À l'ancienne is the French culinary term which means "in old-fashioned style"; in the ancient style", "in old style", describing a traditional method of preparation or cooking, as in Baguette à l'ancienne, Jambon à l'ancienne, Pain à l'Ancienne (traditionally-baked bread), etc.

Ökör is the Hungarian word for "Ox" . Used for culinary purposes.

Žitna Klobasa Jaglaca also known as Mastenica (Cereal Sausage) refers to Slovenian fresh smoked sausage made from millet groats and pork. It is served with Sauerkraut or pickled turnip stripes and potatoes.