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Hard cookies with air inside - help with identification

These might have been Grantham Gingerbread. This is one of England's oldest biscuit (Americans would call it a cookie) recipes, first recorded in the 1700's. These are a plain sugar biscuit, usually ...
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What is (was) cocavello?

It looks that cacaovella is a powder made from cocoa shells. Automatic translation: Cacaovella (cacavella, cacao-vella) - the shell of the husk of cocoa beans; is a by-product of the production of ...
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What's this yellow plum-like fruit with a spiky stone? West Africa

In Hawaii, we call it Vee. I have a dwarf tree in my yard with a ton of fruit. I can eat only so much and people I've given it to aren't clamoring for more so they go to waste. Am just now trying ...
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Ask for help to identifying unknown seeds

It's hard to be absolutely certain, but with the new photos those appear to be black sesame seeds. They don't look like nigella seeds, since they lack the ridges those seeds have. Taste them; if they ...
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Help identifying a dessert from a stock image

Just a guess, but it looks like this is a cheesecake later on top of a chocolate cake later. Another possibility is a Chocolate Tres Leches Cake, recipe here : https://www.plainchicken.com/chocolate-...
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English name for cut of meat (Cacho de Paleta)

According to the Cátedra de Anatomía Animal de la Escuela de Medicina Veterinaria, de la Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Chair of Animal Anatomy of the School of Veterinary Medicine, of the ...
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