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February 21, 2019
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By: Irene Hilsendager
February 22, 2019

Did you know Consommé is a clear broth usually made from chicken or veal?

Did you know to Cool is to allow a dish to set at room temperature until it is no longer hot?

Did you know Coquille is a dish cooked in a scallop shell?

Did you know Cracklings are the crisp remains of fat after lard has been cooked out of food?

Did you know Cream means to blend shortening and sugar against the sides of a bowl or with a beater until creamy?

Did you know Creole is a heavily seasoned food containing a blend of pepper, onions, bell peppers and tomatoes?

Did you know Crepe means a very thin pancake of French origin?

Did you know Croquette is a crisply fried, chopped meat patty made with a white sauce and coated with crumbs and egg?

Did you know Croutons are very small pieces or cubes of bread that have been toasted until they are crisp? Usually served with soups and salads.

Did you know to Cube means cutting foods into pieces with six equal sides?

Did you know Cutin is the process of adding fat into a flour mixture with a pastry blender or another utensil?

Did you know Cutlet is a piece of meat cut from the leg or ribs and usually fried or broiled? The most popular is the veal cutlet.