To remove the dark intestinal vein of a shrimp by using the tip of a sharp knife, then rinsing the shrimp in cold water.
Allow food to sit for a time before serving so the flavors have a chance to blend or brighten.
To coat with a hot seasoning, such as mustard or a hot sauce. Eggs are "deviled" when the yolk is mixed with highly spiced seasonings.
- Highly seasoned, often containing mustard; frequently topped with bread crumbs and grilled.
- See "Clotted Cream"
[Caribbean] Hindu name for legumes; in the Caribbean, it refers only to split peas or lentils.
- A brown sauce with shallots, white wine, vinegar and herbs.
- A peppery sauce flavored with game essence, with added butter and cream.
To cut food into small cubes of uniform size and shape, usually about 1/4 inch in size.
To cube but to make the cubes smaller - less than 1/2 inch. Use a cutting board and a very sharp knife, or a special cubing gadget.