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We currently have 49 entries that begin with this letter.

Eatin' irons [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- An old Western term for utensils; fork, spoon and knife.



Eau-de-vie [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- [French] "water of life," describes any colorless brandy distilled from fermented fruit juice. Kirsch (cherry) and framboise (raspberry) are two popular varieties.



Eccles Cake [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- a round flat cake made of pastry filled with currants etc. This cake originated in the two of Eccles, Lancashire, England.



Eclair [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- [French] a small finger-shaped bun made of puff paste with a glacé icing, filled with custard or whipped cream.



Ecrivisses [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- [French] crayfish.



Effiler [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- To remove the fibrous string from a string bean; to thinly slice almonds.



Egg roll [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- Usually served as an appetizer, this small, deep-fried Chinese pastry is filled with minced or shredded vegetable and often meat. Egg roll skins are available in Asian markets and most large supermarkets.



Egg thread [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- Lightly beaten eggs that are poured slowly into a hot broth, creating irregular shaped threads used to garnish soups.



Egg White Powder [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- Spray dried egg albumen, which can be used in most recipes requiring egg white. It produces an exceptionally high volume, stable egg white foam for use in angel food cakes, chiffon pies, meringues, and divinity. Use egg white powder for uncooked foods such as marzipan and buttercream icing, or foods which are lightly cooked (pie meringues), without the worries associated with fresh egg white, because it is heat treated to meet USDA standards for being salmonella negative.



Eggplant [Cutting Terms] Print in friendly format Send this term to a friend 

- Eggplants are native to Africa and Asia, and in many parts of those continents, they have come to be regarded as a satisfying substitute for meat. Also known as an aubergine.



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