Asiago Cheese (noun)
- A cow's milk cheese made in northern Italy. Mild nutty flavor when young, more pronounced with age
Brie Cheese (noun)
- Made from cow's milk, this soft, creamy cheese has a delicate, slightly nutty flavor. The white rind is also edible.
Brown Rice (noun)
- Whole rice grain with only the very outer husk removed. The bran coating is left on, giving the rice a tan color and nutlike flavor. Brown rice is higher in fiber and more nutritious than white rice.
Butternut Squash (noun)
- A large, pear-shaped squash with a smooth yellow brown skin and orange flesh with a sweet flavor.
- The dark green lacy leaves of the cilantro plant; used as an herb, they have a sharp, tangy fresh flavor and aroma and are used fresh in Mexican, South American and Asian cuisines; also known as Chinese parsley
- Small, spherical bits of semolina dough that are rolled, dampened and coated with a finer wheat flour; a staple of the North African diet.
Curry Powder (noun)
- An American or European blend of spices associated with Indian cuisines, the flavor and color vary depending on the exact blend; typical ingredients include black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, cumin, ginger, mace and turmeric, with cardamom, tamarind, fennel seeds fenugreek and /or chile powder sometimes added.
Dry Mustard (noun)
- Dry mustard is ground mustard seeds. These are used to make the mustard you are used to putting on your hot dog by mixing the dry mustard or mustard flour as it is sometimes know as with water or sometimes beer. You can find dry mustard in the spice section of your local grocery store.
Fat Free (adjective)
- A food containing fewer than 0.5 grams of fat per serving.
Kalamata Olives (noun)
- A dark purple, fruity Greek olive.
- Has a thick, cylindrical white stalk with a slightly bulbous root end and dark green leaves. The tender, white stalk has a flavor that is sweeter and stronger than a scallion but milder than an onion.
Lemon Zest (noun)
- The thin, brightly colored outer part of the rind of citrus fruits. It contains volatile oils, used as a flavoring.
- FDA term used to define food that has 33 percent fewer calories, 50 percent less fat, or 50 percent less sodium than the regularly used food.
Low Fat (adjective)
- A food containing 3 grams of fat or less per serving.
Low Sodium (adjective)
- A food containing 140 milligrams or less per serving.