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SPECIAL DELICACY
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GYROMITRA ESCULENTA
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HUITLACOCHE
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DELICACY
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Definitions

  1. A delicacy is a food that is particularly prized within a given culture. (Web site)
  2. A delicacy is a food item that is considered highly desirable in certain cultures. (Web site)
  3. A delicacy is any food that is unique to the area it comes from.
  4. Delicacy is the quality of being easy to break or harm, and refers especially to people or things that are attractive or graceful.
  5. A delicacy is anything that is very rarely eaten, usually only on special occasions and that has a particularly wonderful flavor. (Web site)

Periwinkles

  1. Periwinkles are considered a delicacy in African and Asian cuisine. (Web site)

Karasumi

  1. Karasumi is a high priced delicacy and it is eaten while drinking sake. (Web site)

Setar

  1. Because of its delicacy and intimate sonority, the setar is the preferred instrument of Sufi mystics. (Web site)

Tumbuka People

  1. Mice as a Delicacy - Article by M. S. Tembo on the significance of mice in the diet of the Tumbuka people of Eastern Zambia. (Web site)

Bushmeat

  1. This bushmeat is an important food and trade item for poor families in rural areas, while many residents of urban areas prize bushmeat as a delicacy. (Web site)

Frog Legs

  1. In many parts of Kerala, especially Central Kerala, frog legs are a delicacy. (Web site)

Louis Xv

  1. The delicacy and playfulness of Rococo designs is often seen as perfectly in tune with the excesses of Louis XV's regime.
  2. Lyrical grace, lightness or delicacy of hand gestures set Manipuri apart from the geometric structure of Bharatanatyam and the linear quality of Kathak. (Web site)

Special Delicacy

  1. It is known in China as a weight loss tea and has long been considered a special delicacy and an indispensable part of daily healthcare.
  2. Hoi Cho This Chinese delicacy is Chon Buri's famous dish because a special kind of sea crabs is used as the main ingredient.

Konowata

  1. Beche-de-mer fisheries are a feature of the coast, the beche-de-mer being a huge sea-slug, thought to be a great delicacy.
  2. Konowata, konoko and dried muscle of sea cucumber are considered delicacy for Japanese. (Web site)

Great Delicacy

  1. It is upon record, that three centuries ago the tongue of the Right Whale was esteemed a great delicacy in France, and commanded large prices there.
  2. With some external forces however, the liver are made to what are served in high-end restaurants as foie gras, an expensive culinary delicacy. (Web site)

Mushrooms

  1. It's a prized delicacy in Mexico, and tastes a bit like wild mushrooms.
  2. Brown capped early fall delicacy with its' nutty, robust flavor has long been considered by mushroom hunters to be "The King of Wild Mushrooms". (Web site)
  3. Q. Ascocarps of Morchella, a prized delicacy for mushroom pickers. (Web site)

Rare Delicacy

  1. Also known as Yin Zhen, this well guarded secret of Chinese emperors is a rare delicacy for a Western table. (Web site)
  2. Shark fin soup has been a popular delicacy in China since the Ming Dynasty around 1368.

Veau

  1. Calf's brains, or cervelle de veau, is a traditional delicacy in Europe and Morocco. (Web site)
  2. Sate Babi (Pork Satay) A popular delicacy among the Indonesian Chinese community, most of whom do not share the Muslim prohibition on eating pork. (Web site)

Gyromitra Esculenta

  1. The false morel (Gyromitra esculenta) is considered a delicacy by some when cooked, yet can be highly toxic when eaten raw. (Web site)
  2. Top Dosa *: A popular delicacy from southern India made from rice and "urad" daal.
  3. Morel mushrooms are a very popular delicacy in the gourmet world.

Escargot

  1. Eat the Escargot Land Snail Delicacy Don't knock it until you've tried it There's few things in life that taste better than escargot. (Web site)
  2. This delicacy requires lots of condiments like, smoked fish, meat, seafood like periwinkle, stockfish, crayfish, pepper and salt. (Web site)
  3. Brown lentils are used in hearty peasant stews and tiny green lentils are a French delicacy. (Web site)

Cassava

  1. Iraid - A native delicacy from Bicol region V a combination of cassava and sweet potatoes with coconut milk and brown sugar then wrapped in banana leaves. (Web site)
  2. The world's largest coral reef fish, the Humphead Wrasse is a prized delicacy served in high-end restaurants with a price tag of over USD100 per kg. (Web site)
  3. Wrapped in a rice flour dumpling, the coconut and jaggery filling is steamed and served hot and is a delicacy not to be missed at all. (Web site)
  4. Cassava leaves are also a delicacy that is served with several dishes. (Web site)

Staple Food

  1. These dried mushrooms are a culinary delicacy that can be used to enhance most dishes. (Web site)
  2. Saro Ceylon Porotta, a filling staple food, a delicacy that goes well with vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian dishes. (Web site)

Jaggery

  1. In other parts of Andhra, a rice and milk delicacy is " ksheerannam " in which jaggery (gur) and powdered cardamom enhance the taste. (Web site)
  2. A sweet delicacy, the Green gram halwa is made from boiled green gram or moong dal which is cooked with sugar and ghee till done and lumpy.
  3. Kakinada Khaja is a sweet delicacy of Bihar state and Andhra Pradesh, India.
  4. During winter a delicacy, Roh Di Kheer, is cooked using rice. (Web site)
  5. Pickled herring is a delicacy popular in Europe and has become a basic part of Jewish cuisine. (Web site)

Huitlacoche

  1. Corn smut or common smut (Ustilago maydis): a fungal disease, known in Mexico as huitlacoche, which is prized by some as a gourmet delicacy in itself.
  2. Maize crops are sometimes prey to a fungus called corn smut, known in Mexico as huitlacoche, which is prized as a gourmet delicacy in itself.
  3. Huitlacoche or Cuitlacoche In Mexico, Huitlacoche or Cuitlacoche is a Mexican food delicacy to be savored. (Web site)

Truffles

  1. Truffles, regarded as a food delicacy, are underground sac fungi that grow in association with tree roots.
  2. Cannelini Beans with White Summer Truffles is another delicacy made with five percent of white Italian truffle juice, white beans and water. (Web site)

Delicacy

  1. Although whale oil has little commercial value today, whale meat has come to be considered a delicacy, particularly in Japan. (Web site)
  2. The story goes that during Haggis Season, Wild Haggis are hunted, and their meat served up as a local delicacy.
  3. A Palo Cortado brings together the finesse and delicacy of an Amontillado on the bouquet with the richness on the palate of an Oloroso.
  4. Thailand exports crocodile meat to China as it is considered it a delicacy. (Web site)
  5. Chanterelles are another delicacy with a flavour not unlike morels.

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