(from the French
) is a combination-cooking method
that uses both wet and dry heats: typically, the food is first
sautéed or seared...
rice is a Ghanaian style
rice. It is known
moo in the Akan language, literally
"oil rice" or omɔ kɛ fɔ(omor ker for) in the...
- الجمر, romanized: Waqāʾiʿu sinīna l-jamri; French: Chronique
des Années de Braise
; these names
both mean "Chronicle of the Years
of Embers") is a 1975 Algerian...
- Ropa vieja
(Spanish pronunciation: [ˈro.pa ˈβje.xa]; "old clothes") is one of the national dishes
of Cuba, but is also po****r in other areas
of the region...
- [kah-POOS-tah] (which is the Polish
word for "cabbage"), is a Polish
dish of braised
sauer**** or cabbage, with bacon, mushroom
(/tɪˈlɑːpiə/ tih-LAH-pee-ə) is the common
name for nearly
a hundred species
fish from the coelotilapine, coptodonine, heterotilapine...
- Paper Cannot
Wrap Up Embers
(French: Le papier
ne peut pas envelopper
) is a 2007 French-Cambodian do****entary film directed
- dish, known
as a pot roast
in the United
States, but more commonly
beef in Britain, is often accompanied
by root and tuber
in the Indian
of meat or vegetables braised
(dahi) or cream, water
or stock, and ****es to produce
meats. It has its origins
in Chinese cuisine
and is typically
used in Cantonese
cuisines. Foods poached
in the master...