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And cupcakes always have frosting. For me, that's actually the real defining feature: frosting. A drizzle of glaze is one thing, but once you put frosting on a muffin, it's no longer a muffin in our mind. Hey, you have to draw the line somewhere!
It appears that a "cheese royale" is a fancy name for a custard made with combinations of soft cheeses, cream, eggs and seasoning. From this recipe: Whisk together the cream and eggs and season with salt and pepper. Fill the potatoes with the custard mix and sprinkle chives on top. As for using other cheeses, I really don't see why not, or why it ...
You can demould the mousse but the soufflé doesn't demould.
The short answer: No, the gamey taste of venison is not a euphemism for rotten. Factors that may contribute to strong or "gamey" flavor in venison include: the animal's diet (animals that forage a lot of grain from farm fields rather than grasses, wild plants, and nuts have a less gamey flavor) its age (older animals tend to be gamier) the inclusion of ...
'Raw smoked gammon' indicates that it is a piece of cured pork that has been subjected to a cold smoking process to improve flavour but NOT enough to cook it to ensure that it is safe to eat - so it counts as raw meat and still needs cooking. Smoked hams (in UK anyway) are usually sold cooked and safe to eat.
What’s the difference between gravy, jus, sauce and coulis? Will says... • 'Gravy is made from the juices of oven roast meat, thickend with a starch such as corn flour. • Jus is made from the same juices that has been refined and condensed to get a clear liquid naturally thickened. • Sauce could be made from the same ...
There is a lot of ambiguous and misused terminology in cooking... added to that, different countries have specific legal definitions for foodstuffs that vary from one jurisdiction to another. Gammon vs. Ham Some sources call it gammon if it is raw, while others claim gammon differs from ham because it is cured with the belly and then detached, whereas hams ...
To quote BBC Good Food :"Simply put, gammon is raw and ham is ready-to-eat. Gammon has been cured in the same way as bacon whereas ham has been dry-cured or cooked. Once you've cooked your gammon, you can call it ham." Smoking doesn't mean something is cooked - for example, you can buy raw smoked bacon but you still need to cook it in order to eat it!
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