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A term referring to a culture-bound conversion reaction described in the southern US and the Caribbean, which is characterised by sudden and often unexpected collapse, often preceded by vertigo.
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Nose: Earthy, floral--apple blossom, baked potato, white pepper and star anise spice, tree fruit--apricots, green apple.
Lay the fish on a flat surface and season with lemon, salt and white pepper.
Fill a paper bag with chips and add some garlic powder, onion powder, and white pepper or chili powder, and shake until the chips are all coated.
The government has said it will cooperate with the private sector to form a Joint Marketing Office (KPB) for white pepper in a bid to prop up the price of that commodity.
1 pound navy beans 1 cup diced ham 1/2 cup diced carrots 1/2 cup diced celery 1/2 cup diced onions 1 cup diced raw potatoes White pepper Small amount of Worcestershire sauce Pinch granulated garlic Parsley flakes Chicken bouillon or soupbone
1 large butternut squash, halved vertically and deseeded 125g banana shallots, finely chopped 4 garlic cloves, crushed 1 litre vegetable stock 75g unsalted butter Olive oil Salt and freshly ground white pepper A drizzle of pumpkin seed oil (you can get this from any health food store) For the golden croutons 3 slices of white bread, without crusts and diced into 1cm chunks 100g unsalted butter 10ml pomace oil a pinch of sea salt Equipment Blender squash flesh and vegetable stock into the blender and add a few twists of freshly ground white pepper.
A favourite in trendy restaurants and bars, Tapatio is spicy and full bodied with aromas of agave and tropical fruits, with more agave, vanilla and white pepper on the lingering finish.
TOM KERRIDGE'S MONKFISH SCAMPI (Serves 4) INGREDIENTS Groundnut, vegetable or other flavourless oil, for deep frying 200g semolina flour, plus more for dusting 100g tapioca flour Half tsp bicarbonate of soda Cayenne pepper, to taste 330ml sparkling water 500g monkfish, cut into 3-5cm cubes Salt Finely grated zest of one large lemon, to garnish For the lemon mayo 3 egg yolks 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 1 tbsp Dijon mustard Juice of one large lemon 500ml vegetable oil Freshly ground white pepper METHOD 1.
INGREDIENTS: For the mashed potato 500g (16 oz) potato 20g (3/4oz) butter 30ml (11/4fl oz) milk 1 pinch salt For the fish 250g (8oz) smoked haddock, de-boned and skinned 250g (8oz) salmon fillet, de-boned and skinned 500ml (17fl oz) milk 50g (2oz) curly parsley, finely chopped For the coating 75g (3oz) plain flour 3 eggs 2tbsp milk 300g (10oz) fine white breadcrumbs 1 pinch white pepper 1 pinch salt 200ml (7fl oz) rapeseed oil For the tomato mayo 50g (2oz) reduced sugar and salt ketchup 50g (2oz) light mayonnaise 1tsp lemon juice METHOD: For the mash, peel and boil the potatoes in lightly salted water until soft.
Add the wine, mustard, 200g of cheese, white pepper and a pinch of salt.
With the blender running, add the remaining broth, the thyme and white pepper.