For America, t's not the hard-boiled eggs or chocolate bunnies that make the family look forward to Easter with eager anticipation - it's the ham.
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|
|caster sugar||fruit sugar or fine granulated sugar|
|demerara sugar||light brown cane sugar|
|double cream||heavy or whipping cream|
|greaseproof paper||waxed paper|
|hob||cooktop or stovetop|
|icing sugar||powdered sugar or confectioner's sugar|
|maize or sweetcorn||corn|
|plain flour||all-purpose flour|
|single cream||light cream|
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