Is a form of clarified butter used in the cuisine of India.
Is a potato dumpling common in German and Czech cuisine.
Is a type of salt pork favored in the cuisine of the southern United States.
Is a spice similar to fennel widely used in Chinese wok cookery.
Is blended with beans for Mexican frijoles.
Is mashed to make the Hawaiian dish poi.
Is pureed for one of the two classic bases for béchamel sauce.
Is dried and shaved with bonito flakes for Japanese dashi.
A type of thick wheat noodle commonly served in soups.
A plum-like fruit that is commonly pickled.
A chrysanthemum blossom garnish served in luxury dishes.
The typical training diet of the sumo wrestler.
A traditional Mexican mortar (with pestle) typically carved out of volcanic rock.
A thick corn cake prevalent in Venezuela and Colombia.
A Mexican chocolate drink made with a mixture of cocoa and hot chili peppers.
The edible (and highly prized) black fungus that grows on corn plants.
Marinated braised pot roast.
Breaded and fried veal cutlet.
Sweet and sour red cabbage.
A food cart converted from a bicycle, commonly found on the streets of Bangkok.
A Chinese delicacy consisting of quail eggs preserved in syrup.
The spiced cabbage of Mongolia, similar to the Korean kimchi.
A Vietnamese sandwich made with a French-style baguette with spicy and savory fillings.
A dish of fish or seafood steamed in citrus juices.
A dish of fish or seafood roasted in citrus juices.
A dish of fish or seafood marinated in citrus juices without further cooking.
A dish of fish or seafood sautéed in citrus juices.
Is a North African hot chili sauce.
Is a North African method of slow cooking in a domed clay pot.
Refers to a Moroccan dish of smoked sausage, saffron, and raisins.
Is a spicy Tunisian baked omelet, somewhat like a quiche.
A yeast spread.
A form of hazelnut butter.
A multi-vegetable drink, often used for mixing cocktails.
A brand of vegetable oil, deeply ingrained in the country’s popular culture.
Refers to a species of fish found in the Black Sea to Turkey’s north.
Is a confection of ground almonds, pressed fig, and rose water.
Is a term for pressed grilled lamb served on a spit.
Is a selection of a variety of dishes served together as appetizers.
Is a sweet custard dessert, traditionally served on New Year’s Day.
Is a dish of batter roasted in meat drippings, served with meat and gravy.
Is a rich chocolate pudding.
Refers to a number of dessert items characteristic of the northern English county of Yorkshire.
Is of West African origin and means okra.
Is of Caribbean Indian origin and means stew.
Is named after one of the original French settlers of New Orleans, Monsieur Gumbeaux.
Is a corruption of the name for a Scottish sailor’s dish, gunboat stew.
Refers to a thick corn cake.
Is a synonym for high quality forastero cacao beans.
Is an indigenous Indian name for a gathering where meats are roasted over buried hot rocks.
Is a rice and bean stew with a thick dark sauce.
Is a breaded pork cutlet in a fresh pineapple sauce.
Is a whole pig buried in sand and slow cooked from the heat of hot rocks.
Is a notorious rum-based coffee-flavored cocktail reputed to give legendary hangovers.
Is a spit-roasted whole pig basted in a sweet pineapple-based sauce.
General Tso’s Chicken
All of the above.
A form of Middle Eastern milk-laced coffee, similar to latte.
Middle Eastern mixed meats slow roasted on a turning spit.
A yogurt-based sweet and fruity dessert drink popular in Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
A bite-sized dried cake of figs and dates, coated with sugar.
Saltimboca: jumps in the mouth.
Picatta: based on roasted onions.
Francese: using sausages as an ingredient.
Milanese: uses a mustard-based sauce.
Serrano Ham: Spain
Is a corn-based dough used for tortillas and tamales.
Describes shredded, marinated pork used in a wide range of dishes.
Refers interchangeably to pork fat, bacon fat, or lard.
Is a rich fish and seafood stew characteristic of the Veracruz area.
Are fried dough balls, served covered in confectioner’s sugar at festivals.
Refer to simple hand-operated devices for pressing tortillas.
Are Yucatan style dessert enchiladas, typically filled with fruits.
Are the nutrient-rich edible portions of prickly pear cactus pads.
None of the above.
The special grade of rice used to make sushi.
As in Mexico, it is a flattened corn cake.
Is usually a form of omelet, often containing onions and potatoes.
Refers to a corn-based hot cereal, much like polenta and grits.
Is an oblong loaf of rustic bread typical of central Spain.
The breast meat.
Germany’s popular Dalenheim sausage, served on soft buns like a hot dog.
A preparation of dried beans, peas or lentils widely used in Indian cooking.
A flavoring mixture of sautéed shallots and capers characteristic of southern France.
An herbal flavoring sachet used in Portuguese fish stews.
Is a breaded and fried veal cutlet.
Is a baked pork cutlet, commonly served with red cabbage.
Is a hand-held pastry filled with spicy ground meat.
Is a breaded and fried chicken cutlet.
Must always have a base of cabbage.
Is eaten only as a side dish on its own, and is never used as a culinary ingredient.
Is a popular dish made from vegetables fermented with spices.
Does not vary with the season.
Are a form of stuffed cabbage.
Are a form of stuffed green bell pepper.
Are filled dumplings, related to Italian Ravioli.
Are pan-fried potatoes, typically sautéed in meat drippings.
A cream sauce.
Deep fried patties of mashed chickpeas.
Skewered roasted chunks of meats and vegetables.
A rich honey-soaked cake made with flaky pastry, filled with chopped nuts.
A jellied fruit confection, often covered with powdered sugar.
Contains some form of meat.
Suggests a combination of capers and onions.
Connotes a tomato-based sauce.
Is typical of Sicilian fish cookery.
A form of fried spiced pork rind.
Fried salted fish and rice.
The Filipino version of spicy chorizo sausage.
A developing duck embryo, boiled and consumed in the shell.
A catch-all term for any type of curried meat or vegetable.
A stir-fried rice noodle dish with a complex array of toppings.
A rice soup, usually with pork, chicken or shrimp.
A combination of stir-fried rice with deep fried breaded chicken, served with a spicy red sauce.
Allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers.
Allspice and jalapeño peppers.
Coriander and Scotch bonnet peppers.
Ground ancho chili and chipotle powder.
Raw egg, beaten in quickly right before serving.
A blend of fresh citrus juices.
Is the Vietnamese equivalent to Pad Thai.
Is a variety of thick dried meat that originated in South Africa.
Is an Indonesian ingredient of ground dried fish.
Is a Chinese ingredient of ground dried shrimp.
Consists of wooden skewers of broiled chicken or beef.
Is a rich mushroom and onion stock used in savory applications.
Consists of thin-sliced pieces of beef boiled in water or soup.
Consists of thin slices of raw fish (sushi without the rice).