Culinary Crossword 2003-218 by James T. Ehler
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    1. Dutch liqueur, sometimes called  Egg Brandy.
    3. An ice containing milk.
    6. Russian for a fish soup frequently  clarified with caviar.
    8. Swiss flour manufacturer who  introduced bouillon cubes  commercially in 1882.
    10. Jambon.
    11. Fast food chain.
    12. Beef or chicken or seafood  marinated in spicy soy sauce and  grilled or broiled.
    13. An old name for a strong ale.
    14. Species of chrysanthemum, Chaucer  called it "the Eye of the  Daie.".
    15. 2 pound, square, flat steel  utensil used to flatten steaks.
    16. VDQS wines produced in the Vienne  and Deux-Sevres.
    18. Provide what is desired or needed,  esp. support, food or sustenance.
    20. Greek crown.
    21. Portuguese, Chinese and British  slang for tea.
    22. Trichinella spiralis host.
    23. Very little or no pink, firm and  springy when pressed.


    1. To mature or ripen.
    2. Famous Champage brand made famous  by founder's widow.
    4. Parasitic nematode worm whose  larvae causes trichinosis.
    5. Annual European mint (Satureja  hortensis) sometimes called  the bean herb.
    7. Hulled corn with the bran and germ  removed.
    8. Bowl used with an electric mixer.
    9. Juniper spirits and malaria  treatment.
    11. Young goat.
    15. Wild plum of northeastern United  States.
    16. Hazard anaylsis and critical  control points.
    17. A descriptive term in recipes,  commonly used with onion, pepper,  or potato.
    19. Wapiti.
    20. Mad cow disease.

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August 2011

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