Another week over already?? Let’s get to the wrap up:

Culinary Word A Day

Spelt – a rare, primitive species of wheat with grains that do not thresh free from the chaff.

Vegetable oil – any number of liquid edible fats extracted from a plant or the seeds of a plant. Light in colour & taste.

Fondant – candy or icing made of creamy, thick sugar paste.

Demi-Glace – meaning ‘half glaze’ is mix of equal parts brown stock and beef based sauce that is reduced.

Aspic (Gelée) – a savory jelly made of fish or meat stock, used as a mold for meats and vegetables

Bitters – an alcoholic liquid distilled from plant extracts such as herbs, barks and roots.

Culinary – related to kitchen or cooking.Came into the English language in 1638.

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Things Better Than YouTube Cat Videos

The Red and White is coming!! Why it rocks, who it helps and how you can be there by The Lemon Kitchen

How do you eat your cupcake?? What does it say about you?? Apparently I’m a good kisser! via @FoodiePrints

C’est Bon Cooking has a new culinary blog – *insert shameless self promotion for my job*

Check out Ottawa’s newest high end oil shop Emulsify on CTV morning –

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