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Google previewWebster's Unabridged Dictionary 1913 (2017)

111.716 definitions & 1.55 mill cross-references by Noah Webster

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Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Food & Kitchen - Food & Kitchen (2009)

Fresh rindless cheese that has a tangy, mild taste; it is sometimes flavored with herbs. fresh cheeses Nonripened cheeses that contain up to 80% water; they are smooth and mild or slightly tangy; they spoil quickly. cottage cheese Low in fat and grainy in texture; it works well as a spread or can be added to salads, desserts and sauces. mozzarella This native Italian cheese has a rubbery texture and is firmer than other cheeses; it is the garnish of choice for pizza. cream cheese Made ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

Arran cheese Scotland A hard, moist, closetextured, rindless cheese made on the Scottish island of Arran from whole cows' milk. The usual size is just less than 1 kg. Arran potato salad Scotland Cooked and cubed waxy potatoesand beetroot mixed with finely chopped shallot and chopped herbs and dressed witha vinaigrette. Cooked peas or broad beans are arranged around the edge of the bowl. arrayán Spain 1.Myrtle 2. Bog myrtle arricchito ItalyEnriched, e.g.with cream arròs a ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

raarmolada jam POLISH marmot cat-sized edible rodent of the Alps and Pyrenees, meatiest before hibernation, marinated to reduce its musky flavour marmotte marmot FRENCH maroilles semi-hard cheese made from unskimmed cow's milk, slightly salted and fermented FRENCH maroilles gris, le rindless cow's milk cheese; of the maroilles type FRENCH marokanky macaroons CZECH Marone chestnut GERMAN marquer to prepare foods before cooking FRENCH marquise, a la ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Dairy Sciences (2011)

The rectangular and loafshaped cheeses are often used for foil ripening (rindless cheese). The standard cheeses are naturally ripened under drying conditions. Dutchtype cheeses are ripened for some weeks or longer, sometimes for more than a year, and are often covered with a plastic coating. The consistency varies from semisoft to rather firm and smooth, and changes during natural ripening to a firmer and more brittle structure. The flavor also changes from mild to strong during ...

Google previewIFIS Dictionary of Food Science and Technology (2009)

by International Food Information Service

Rindless ...

Google previewBlackie’s Compact Dictionary

by Blackie

adj: rinded, rindless (n) 1. a circular object with a vacant circular centre 2. a small circular band generally made of precious metal and often set with jewels, worn on the finger 3. a circular band used for carrying, holding or containing something 4. a circular movement 5. an enclosed area in which exhibitions, sports or contests take place 6. a political contest 7. an annual ring *(v) (rings, ringing, ringed) 1. encircle 2. to form in to a ring 3. to ornament ...

Google previewChambers concise dictionary (2004)

rindless adj. rinderpest / ' nndapest/ > n a contagious disease of cattle causing fever, severe diarrhoea and discharges from the mucous membrane. [19c: German, from Rinder cattle + Pest plague] ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of English (2010)

by Angus Stevenson

yellowrinded lemons, rindless adjective. – origin Old English rind (e) 'bark of a tree'; related to Dutch run and German Rinde, of unknown origin. rinderpest /ˈrɪndəpst/ 7noun [mass noun]Veterinary Medicine an infectious disease of ...

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Scrabble value of R1I1N1D2L1E1S1S1

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