May 24 - Ste-Maure-de-Touraine
May 24 - Ste-Maure-de-Touraine

Do you ever taste the goat cheese called Sainte-Maure-de-Touraine?

Table of Cooking Term Equivalents
Table of Cooking Term Equivalents

Depending on whether you're in North America, the United Kingdom, or other parts of the world, terms differ. We're providing a list of some common kitchen terms that change from one side of the Atlantic to the other - don't hesitate to contact us if we've left one out. We'd be happy to add it to our glossary.

British (U.K.) Terms North American Terms
aubergine eggplant
beetroot beet
biscuit cookie
caster sugar fruit sugar or fine granulated sugar
clingfilm plastic wrap
corn flour cornstarch
courgette zucchini
demerara sugar light brown cane sugar
double cream heavy or whipping cream
greaseproof paper waxed paper
groundnut peanut
hob cooktop or stovetop
icing sugar powdered sugar or confectioner's sugar
maize or sweetcorn corn
marrow squash
mince ground meat
muslin cheesecloth
plain flour all-purpose flour
pudding dessert
single cream light cream
treacle molasses
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