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Glossary

Garnish

A decorative and edible accompaniment to give a dish more eye appeal and sometimes a flavor boost.

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Gazpacho

An uncooked cold soup. The most common version uses tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, onion and garlic.

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Giblets

The heart, liver, neck and gizzard of a chicken, turkey or other fowl.

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Glaze

To coat the exterior of sweet or savory foods with a thin, glossy mixture.

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Grate

To rub ingredients such as citrus peel, spices and chocolate over a grater to produce very fine particles.

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Grease

To rub the inside of a baking dish or pan with shortening, butter or oil, or to coat with nonstick cooking spray to keep the contents from sticking.

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Grease and Flour

To rub the inside of a baking dish or pan with a thin layer of shortening, butter or oil, or coat with nonstick cooking spray and then dust with flour. The excess flour is shaken out of the pan.…

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Grill

To cook foods outside on a grid over hot charcoals or a gas flame. Also refers to an indoor countertop electrical appliance.

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Grind

To transform a solid piece of food into smaller pieces using a food processor, blender or mortar and pestle.

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Gumbo

A hearty, stew-like soup usually served with rice that starts with a dark roux of flour and oil or butter. It may contain shellfish, chicken, sausage, ham, tomatoes, onions, garlic, sweet peppers…

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