|with noodles in cream sauce||tetrazzini|
|(French) edible snail usually served in its shell with a garlic and butter sauce, snail used as food||escargot|
|a Benue-Congo language, Hawaiian feast//Luba, Luba-Lulua, party at which Hawaiian food is served and various Hawaiian entertainments are offered; Hawaiian dish containing taro leaves baked with coconut cream and chicken or octopus||luau|
|a dish of mussels cooked and served in their shells with a wine sauce||moules marinières|
|a trademark for a cream-filled sandwich cookie||Oreo|
|a trademark for a hot-tasting sauce made from peppers, vinegar, and spices, brand name of a spicy sauce made from red peppers||Tabasco|
|act of breaking apart, act of splitting; breach between people; share, portion; dessert of ice cream topped with fruit and other toppings; half pint, affect violently, arrangement of standing bowling pins, broken, burst, crack, depart, disunited, divid...||split|
|act of decreasing, act of lessening, act of diminishing, amount by which something is reduced, chemical reaction, decimalization of fraction, making fraction simpler, meiosis, reducing of something, simplification, smaller copy, thickened sauce||reduction|
|add sauce to food, enliven something, flavoring liquid for food, gravy, liquid condiment poured over food for extra flavor; something that spices, something that adds flavor; boldness, insolence (Slang); stewed and pureed fruit; vegetables served with ...||sauce|
|adhesive material, bread in Christian communion service, chip, encase medicine, fasten with wafer, medicine casing, thin crisp cookie, thin crispy cookie or cracker (often eaten as a desert with ice cream); bite-size piece of unleavened bread taken dur...||wafer|
|agitator, tool with paddles at one end (for stirring ice cream, butter, etc.); someone or something that dashes||dasher|
|almond cream filling, frangipani||frangipane|
|any of a number of boiled bland foods (i.e. porridge, custard, pudding); empty compliments, flattery, nonsense, cream or custard dessert, meaningless words||flummery|
|apply hair cream; spread a perfumed cream, apply a scented ointment, dressing for hair, lotion used for styling the hair; perfumed cream, put pomade on||pomade|
|aspic, glass, loosely woven fabric, mousseline sauce||mousseline|
|avant-garde, contemporary, fashionable, according to current styles of fashion; served with ice cream on the side (i.e. with cake or pie)||a la mode|
|baked dish made from layers of pasta and tomato sauce filled with cheese and sometimes meat||lasagna|
|baked dough topped with cheese, Italian dish made from baked dough covered in tomato sauce and cheese||pizza|
|barbeque, broiler, grill; meat which is cooked on a grill; sauce for grilled meat; outdoor party where grilled food is eaten, cook food on grill outdoors, equipment for cooking outdoors, food cooked on grill, outdoor party with food cooked outdoors, ro...||barbecue|
|base fabric for patchwork, base layer of makeup, substructure; establishing, founding; institution; cosmetic cream used as a base for makeup, charitable or educational organization, establishing of institution or organization, foundation garment, fund ...||foundation|
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