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Philippines Fishes – Database with thousands of Philippine Fishes photographed in natural habitat. The Native Fish Conservancy – Conservation and study of North American freshwater fishes. United Nation – Fisheries and Aquaculture Department: Fish and seafood utilization. University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections – Digital collection of freshwater and marine fish images.


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Soup kitchen, a place that serves prepared food of any kind to the homeless. Stone soup, a popular children's fable about a poor man who encourages villagers to share their food with him by telling them that he can make soup with a stone. Souperism, the practice of bible societies during the Irish Great Famine to feed the hungry in exchange for religious instruction. The expression 'took the soup' is used to refer to those who converted at the behest of these organizations' offers of food. Tag soup, poorly coded HTML. Instant soup. List of foods. List of soups. List of bean soups. List of cold soups. List of fish and seafood soups. Soup and sandwich. Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe.

World War II

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In mid-June 1944, they began their offensive against the Mariana and Palau islands, and decisively defeated Japanese forces in the Battle of the Philippine Sea. These defeats led to the resignation of the Japanese Prime Minister, Hideki Tojo, and provided the United States with air bases to launch intensive heavy bomber attacks on the Japanese home islands. In late October, American forces invaded the Filipino island of Leyte; soon after, Allied naval forces scored another large victory in the Battle of Leyte Gulf, one of the largest naval battles in history.


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The gulai sauce found in Minangkabau, Aceh, and Malay cuisine usually has a thicker consistency, while the gulai in Java is thinner, served in soup-like dishes containing pieces of mutton, beef or offal. Gulai is usually served with steamed rice, however, some recipes such as goat or mutton gulai might be served with roti canai. Some variations of Indonesian gulai according to its ingredients: Poultry Meat Offal Fish and sea food Vegetable Gulai ayam (chicken gulai). Gulai itik (duck gulai). Gulai hati ampela (chicken gizzard, liver, and intestine gulai). Gulai telur (hard boiled chicken egg gulai). Gulai telur itik (duck egg gulai). Gulai kambing (mutton gulai). Gulai sapi (beef gulai).


Fats are used to add flavor to food (e.g., butter or bacon fat), prevent food from sticking to pans and create a desirable texture. Edible animal material, including muscle, offal, milk, eggs and egg whites, contains substantial amounts of protein. Almost all vegetable matter (in particular legumes and seeds) also includes proteins, although generally in smaller amounts. Mushrooms have high protein content. Any of these may be sources of essential amino acids. When proteins are heated they become denatured (unfolded) and change texture. In many cases, this causes the structure of the material to become softer or more friable – meat becomes cooked and is more friable and less flexible.

Chicken as food

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Chicken eggs: The most well-known and well-consumed byproduct. Heart and gizzard: in Brazilian churrascos, chicken hearts are an often seen delicacy. Liver: This is the largest organ of the chicken, and is used in such dishes as Pâté and chopped liver. Schmaltz: This is produced by rendering the fat, and is used in various dishes. Barbecue chicken. Battery cage. Bush legs. Chickens as pets. Chicken patty. List of chicken dishes. page on use of chicken in cooking. US government fact sheet on chicken as food.


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At a conference called "Agri-biotechnology: Shariah Compliance" held in Malaysia in December 2010 by the Malaysian Biotechnology Information Centre (MABIC) and International Halal Integrity Alliance (IHIA), participants "adopted a resolution that accepts GM crops and products as halal should all ingredients used to develop them are from halal sources....The only Haram [forbidden] cases are limited to products derived from Haram origin retaining their original characteristics that are not substantially changed."

Poaching (cooking)

Poaching is a type of moist-heat cooking technique that involves cooking by submerging food in a liquid, such as water, milk, stock or wine. Poaching is differentiated from the other "moist heat" cooking methods, such as simmering and boiling, in that it uses a relatively low temperature (about 160 - 180 F). This temperature range makes it particularly suitable for delicate food, such as eggs, poultry, fish and fruit, which might easily fall apart or dry out using other cooking methods. Poaching is often considered a healthy method of cooking because it does not use fat to cook or flavor the food.


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Food cooked by a non-Jew (bishul akum): this law was enacted for concerns of intermarriage. Non-Jewish bread (pat akum): this law was enacted for concerns of intermarriage. Health risk (sakanah): certain foods and mixtures are considered a health risk, such as mixtures of fish and meat. D—Dairy. DE—Dairy equipment. M—Meat, including poultry. Pareve—Food that is neither meat nor dairy. Fish. P—Passover-related (P is not used for Pareve). Eco-Kashrut. Israeli cuisine. Jewish cuisine. Kosher certification agency. Kosher tax. Sabbath food preparation. Jewish vegetarianism. Jewish Veg. Treef. Treif. Unclean animal. Ahimsa (non-violence to living beings). Buddhist cuisine and vegetarianism.

Animal product

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Carmine also known as cochineal (food dye). Casein (found in milk and cheese). Civet oil (food flavoring additive). Dairy products (e.g., milk, cheese, yogurt, etc.). Eggs. Gelatin. Honey. Honeydew (secretion). Isinglass (used in clarification of beer and wine). L-cysteine from human hair and pig bristles (used in the production of biscuits and bread). Lard. Kopi Luwak & Black Ivory Coffee. Meat (including fish, poultry, and game). Rennet (commonly used in the production of cheese). Shellac. Swiftlet's nest (made of saliva). Whey (found in cheese and added to many other products). Animal fiber. Ambergris. Beeswax.

Dim sum

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Major grocery stores in Hong Kong, Vietnam, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Mainland China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Australia, United States, and Canada have a variety of frozen or fresh dim sum stocked at the shelves. These include dumplings, shaomai, baozi, rice noodle roll, turnip cake and steamed spare ribs. In Singapore, as well as other countries, dim sum can be purchased from convenience stores, coffee shops and other eateries. There is halal certified dim sum available (with chicken taking the place of pork) which is very popular in Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. Dumpling. Shrimp dumpling : Steamed dumpling with shrimp filling.


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In the Philippines, it is prepared in a peanut based stew called Kare-kare. In Iran, Oxtail is slow-cooked and served as a substitute for shank in a main dish called Baghla-Poli-Mahicheh which is prepared with rice, shank (or oxtail) and a mixture of herbs including dill, coriander, parsley and garlic. In the United States, oxtail has the meat-cutting classification NAMP 1791.

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

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Concerns were also raised at a CSM meeting "regarding a possible risk of transmission of the BSE agent in gelatin products." For this failure, France was heavily criticised internationally. Thillier himself queried why there had never been a ban on French beef or basic safety precautions to stop the food chain becoming contaminated, suggesting "Perhaps because the French government forgot its role in guaranteeing the safety of food products, and this neglect cost the lives of nine people."


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If wound dressings are required they should be blue—an unusual colour for foodstuffs—so that they are noticeable if they fall into food. Facial hair and longer hair are often required to be netted, or trimmed, for food safety. Bandages on the hands are usually covered with nylon gloves. Latex is not typically used for food preparation due to latex allergy. American Culinary Federation. Auguste Escoffier. Brigade de cuisine. Culinary art. Celebrity chef. Development chef. List of chefs. List of pastry chefs. List of restaurant terminology. Personal chef. World Association of Chefs Societies. Official certification levels of the American Culinary Federation.


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This food is culturally categorized as a quick snack or a fast-food item. Fresh forms of this steamed bun are not seen outside of the Chinese community within the country. In the Philippines, their version of baozi is called siopao brought by Chinese immigrants (Sangleys) prior to Spanish colonialism. A Filipino siopao filing contains meatballs, Philippine adobo, flaked tuna and pork, and sometimes chocolate and cheese. A similar concept is also present in Thailand, called salapao.

Fast food

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The content of fast food pies has varied, with poultry (such as chickens) or wildfowl commonly being used. Since the Second World War, turkey has been used more frequently in fast food. The UK has adopted fast food from other cultures as well, such as pizza, doner kebab, and curry. More recently, healthier alternatives to conventional fast food have also emerged. As automobiles became popular and more affordable following World War I, drive-in restaurants were introduced.


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Tharid, a traditional Arab stew of bread in broth. Waterzooi, a Belgian stew. Yahni, a Greek, Turkish and Persian stew. Braising. Casserole. Curry. Eintopf. Hot pot. Jugging. List of foods. Nabemono. Perpetual stew. Pottage. Soup.

Cod as food

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List of smoked foods. Long term trends in Norwegian cod fisheries – the pioneers. Species factsheet on cod from the UK Sea Fish Industry Authority (PDF, 2MB).


Onions, scrambled egg and ketchup are the most may be toppings. In Malaysia there are 300 McDonald's restaurants. The menu in Malaysia also includes eggs and fried chicken on top of the regular burgers. Burgers are also easily found at nearby mobile kiosks, especially Ramly Burger. In Mongolia, a recent fast food craze due to the sudden influx of foreign influence has led to the prominence of the hamburger. Specialized fast food restaurants serving to Mongolian tastes have sprung up and seen great success. In Turkey, in addition to the internationally familiar offerings, numerous localized variants of the hamburger may be found, such as the Islak Burger (lit.

List of snack foods

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This is a list of snack foods in alphabetical order by type and name. A snack is a small portion of food eaten between meals. This may be a snack food, such as potato chips or baby carrots, but can also simply be a small amount of any food. Many cultures have dishes that are prepared by cooking batter and deep frying dough in many various forms. Confectionery is related to food items that are rich in sugar and often referred to as confections. Confectionery refers to the art of creating sugar based dessert forms, or subtleties (subtlety or sotelty), often with pastillage. * Booth, R. Gordon (editor) (1990). Snack Food. Springer. ISBN: 0442237456 Apple. Banana.

List of stews

A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy. Ingredients in a stew can include any combination of vegetables (such as carrots, potatoes, beans, onions, peppers, tomatoes, etc.), plus meat, especially tougher meats suitable for slow-cooking, such as beef. Poultry, pork, lamb or mutton, sausages, and seafood are also used. Fish stew – includes a list of many fish stews. List of Azerbaijani soups and stews. List of fish and seafood soups. List of Japanese soups and stews. List of soups. List of Spanish soups and stews.

List of soul foods and dishes

Some meat soul foods and dishes include: Beans, greens and other vegetables are often cooked with ham or pork parts to add flavor. * Ferguson, Sheila (1993). Soul Food: Classic Cuisine from the Deep South. Grove Press. ISBN: 0802132839 * Woods, Sylvia (1992). Sylvia's Soul Food. HarperCollins. ISBN: 0688100120 List of American foods. List of foods of the Southern United States. Louisiana Creole cuisine.

List of cooking techniques

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., in which the surface of the food (usually meat, poultry or fish) is cooked at high temperature until a crust forms from browning. Seasoning. Separating eggs. Shallow frying. Shirred eggs. Shrivelling. Shuck - to remove the outer casing of a food item, such as an ear of corn or the shell of an oyster. Simmering. Skimming. Slow cooker. Smoking. Smothering. Souring. Sous-vide. Thermal immersion circulator. Spatchcock – poultry or game that has been prepared for roasting or grilling by removing the backbone, and sometimes the sternum of the bird and flattening it out before cooking. Spherification. Steaming. Food steamer. Steeping. Stewing. Stir frying. Straight dough.

List of salads

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Salad is any of a wide variety of dishes including: green salads; vegetable salads; salads of pasta, legumes, or grains; mixed salads incorporating meat, poultry, or seafood; and fruit salads. They include a mixture of cold or hot foods, often including vegetables and/or fruits. Cereal The following are examples of common salad dressings: * Salad Recipes from All Recipes Bionico. Blunkett salad. Broccoli slaw. Buljol. Candle salad. Carrot salad. Chicken Nugget Salad. Dessert salad. Esgarrat. Esqueixada. Frogeye salad. Goma-ae. Hummus salad. Israeli eggplant salad. Kısır. Koi. Kuluban. Kung chae nampla. Malfouf salad. Maple slaw. Masmouta salad. Matbukha. Mechouia salad. Mizeria. Nam khao.

Argentine cuisine

Some of the dishes included in the category of minutas are milanesas, churrascos, bifes (beefsteaks), escalopes, tallarines, ravioles (ravioli), ñoquis (gnocchi), although some are very typical of locations that sell food: "bifes" and "milanesas" are served "a caballo" ("on horseback", with fried egg on top), "milanesa completa" (a milanesa with two fried eggs and French fries), "revuelto Gramajo", "colchón de arvejas" (an omelette made with peas), "suprema de pollo" (chicken supreme, usually breaded as a milanesa), matambres, "lengua a la vinagreta" (pickled tongue), and "sandwiches" (sandwiches de miga) are made with sliced white bread, rather than, say, rolls.