June 15th, 2010
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dust, duster
Category: Technique
Definition: To evenly coat a dish with powder. A duster is a tool used to dust, generally a container with holes on the bottom and a squeeze handle that sweeps the powder over the holes

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June 15th, 2010
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emulsify, emulsion, emulsifier
Category: Technique, dish, ingredient
Definition: An emulsion is a solution that consists of two or more technically unmixable liquids, with one usually suspended in tiny portions within the other. To emulsify is to mix two such liquids fast and hard enough to create such a colloidal mixture. Given time, the two liquids will tend to separate unless specially treated with an agent (aka an emulsifier)

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June 15th, 2010
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en papillote
uhn pah-pee-YOHT
Category: Technique
Origin: French
Definition: To wrap a dish in tightly folded parchment paper and bake

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June 15th, 2010
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grate, grater, Microplane
Category: Technique, Tool
Definition: 1. To pass an ingredient over a serrated tool to create short shreds of it 2. A utensil consisting of a metal plate with sharp perforations and (usually) a handle, for grating

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June 15th, 2010
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leaven
Category: Technique
Definition: To create "lift" in a baked good by adding a leavener, an agent that causes rising by the creation of gas bubbles in the dough or batter.

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