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Do you mean "liquor"? Liquor is a parsley sauce to which vinegar is often added. It's usually eaten with pie and mash.
I believe you are referring to coleslaw - it's actually cabbage rather than lettuce, and is considered a side-dish. It's often served with chips (French Fries here in the US) as an accompaniment to hot and cold roast meats as well as batter-fried dishes such as chicken, clams or fish. Coleslaw dressing can be creamy or vinegary in the US, and it's largely a ...
In addition to the excellent primer by SAJ14SAJ, I would even more stress smoke point of various oils. Oils burn and give food a nasty flavor if they burn. You should be very careful not to use oil in applications that will cause oil to become higher in temperature than that oil's smoke point. Smoke Points of Oils
There are three major properties an edible fat (I am assuming you are not asking about inedible oils like petroleum based products) has that affect how it is best used: Flavor Saturation Smoke point Properties Flavor The flavor of the fat is very important. So called neutral oils (like canola oil or refined grapeseed oil, or refined peanut oil, among ...
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