Many organisms, such as humans, ingest food to get the nutrients needed to maintain life. Cooking and preparation are often a necessity, but also a joy for many people. The Food and Cooking category includes questions and friendus on the ingredients in food, recipes, nutritional information, cooking utensils, where to find certain foods, and much more. Bon Appetit!
This is a list of some foods beginning with the letter U:
Ube: purple yams
ugali - Thick smooth porridge
ukoy - shrimp and bean sprouts
Ulluco - South American tuber vegetable that resembles a small
Ultimate apple Crisp
Umbles - the offal of deer
Unagi - freshwater eel
uniq fruit - hybrid citrus fruit of grapefruit, tangerine and
orange that grows in tropical regions
unsalted beer nuts
Here are some foods that begin with the letter P:
Pad thai noodles
Pay day candy bar
Peacock tongues -- a gourmet delicacy relished in days of old
in Greece, Rome, and Arabian palaces.
Peanut butter cookies
Pepperidge farm cookies
Pepper jack cheese
Pernil -- puerto rican style pork shoulder
Philly beef and...
According to "A Fighting Chance" you could survive off plants
such as grains, beans, and legumes after nuclear fallout.
Also canned foods would be alright as they are protected from
radiation for the most part.
As for animals that you might consider eating, they will be
affected by a combination of gamma radiation inside and out, as
well as the intake of irradiated food or lack of food to eat
altogether. Their organs would be so saturated in radiation that
you would develop...
Here are some foods that begin with Z:
Zabaglione (a type of whipped custard)
Zatar (a member of the mint family)
Zest (of a lemon)
Zwiebrek (a type of bread)
Zyphome (type of root)
Some foods that begin with the letter N include:
naranja (Spanish for orange)
Nasi-Goreng [fried rice]
Neopolitan ice cream
neeps (a scottish word for potatoes)
Nestle's Crunch candy bar
New England clam chowder
new English muffin
Newtons (the cookie)
New York cheesecake
New York strip steak
New York French fries
New york lettuce
New York corn
Noodles de ramon
Noodle chicken soup
Noodles with chicken
Now and Laters
== High density paper treated with acid == Baking paper
(Vegetable parchment) is made using high density paper (made from
regular wood sources) that goes through an acid treatment. The
result is strong, non-stick and heat-resistant. Silicone and other
oil-based coatings are sometimes added to make it non-stick.
It is also good for easy clean up, it is not just for baking you
can use it to line a basket to put food in at parties
Yes it can, but in a microwave safe container and I would
personally cover the container since if the honey gets on the
inside of the microwave it will not be easy to clean up.
Be aware that heating honey destroys the healthful enzymes
contained in it. It can be more healthful to eat raw honey.
Microwaving honey can also alter its taste. To make hardened honey
return to a liquid state, put the container in a bowl of hot water
a sweet tender starter which may include pieces of a choice of
fish, chicken, lamb, etc.
If vegetarian you can serve dishes of vegetable potatoes or
other fresh ranges.
I think the question may refer to 'Silver Service': the diners
are seated and waiters or servers move round the table offering
each dish. Food is offered to the right of the diner and is placed
on the diner's plate by the waiter using a fork and spoon, rather
like chopsticks, to lift and...
Three days is the longest you should keep Egg Foo Young
leftovers, as the eggs and other ingredients are the perfect
breeding ground for bacteria, which can cause foodborne illness. As
with other leftovers, when you DO reheat them, make sure it's
reheated to 165 Degrees F, to kill any bacteria that may have
started to form.
1/4 c. water
1/3 c. white corn syrup
1/4 c. butter
2/3 c. brown sugar
Mix well and boil in double boiler until thick. Store in
If you can't use butter due to allergies use a soy butter it
tastes just as good, along with if you cannot use the egg, boil one
cup of flax with two cups of water and then let stand over night
after it is strained, use 2 tbs as a egg substitute. If you use a
Because chickens come in different sizes, it is only possible to
give a very rough approximation. Begin by assuming that even an
average chicken could provide at least 4 servings, and a serving is
about 1 cup of skinless, boneless meat. One serving provides about
40 to 45 grams of protein, and 4 servings - assumed to be one small
chicken - would total 160 to 180 grams of protein.
Chicken is sold in a number of forms. Hens and roosters are sold
live. They are also sold dead, with feathers on and guts still
inside, in many parts of the world. Whole chickens, chicken pieces
and chicken meat are sold fresh and frozen. Chicken is also sold as
cooked, processed chicken, like chicken meat in tins, cooked and
frozen chicken and sliced chicken deli meat.
The impact of pasteurisation was most on industries and exports.
With the introduction of this technique, milk products could be
stored for a longer period of time before becoming sour.This
ensured a healthy and safe delivery of various products to distant
areas for sale and hence increasing exports.