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Ah 2014 年 08 月 21 日





Culinary  (adj.):about cooking  (烹飪的)
example:I went to culinary school.

What’s cooking (idiom):1. What dish are you making  (你在煮什麼?)  2. What’s happening  (發生什麼事了?)

Chef (n.):a person who probably has a diploma and is usually the boss of a kitchen in a restaurant somewhere  (主廚)
example:He works as a chef in a large Paris hotel.

Cook (n.):a person who prepares food for eating  (廚師)
example:Anybody can be a cook.

Recipe (n.):a set of instructions for making or preparing something, especially a food dish  (食譜)
example:This is an old Polish recipe for beetroot soup.

Saute (v.): in a skillet or in a pan, to cook slightly  (嫩煎)
example:Saute the onions for 5 minutes.

Boil (v.):to vaporize a liquid by the application of heat (very high heat, big bubbles, and very fast moving) (水滾)
example:All the water boiled away and left the kettle dry.

Simmer (v.):to be cooked gently or remain just at or below the boiling point (lower heat, small bubbles moving slowly)  (煨,小火滾)
example:Bring the soup to the boil and allow it to simmer gently for about half an hour.

Broil (v.):to cook something under direct heat, or over a flame on a barbecue (heat from the top) (烤)

Roast (v.):to cook with dry heat, as in an oven or near hot coals. (heat is coming from the bottom and the sides) (烘)
example:Are you going to roast the chicken?

Grill (v.): if you grill something, or if it grills, you cook it by putting it on a flat metal frame with bars across it, above or below strong direct heat  (用烤架烤)
example:Grill the bacon until crisp.

Chop (v.):to cut something into smaller pieces  (剁碎)
example:He went outside to chop some more wood for the fire.

Dice (v.):to cut food into small square pieces  (將蔬菜等切成小方塊)

Fry (v.):to cook something in hot fat or oil, or to be cooked in hot fat or oil  (油煎)
example:Fry the potatoes, covered, for about 20 minutes.

Stir (v.):to move a liquid or substance around with a spoon or stick in order to mix it together  (攪拌)
example:Stir the paint to make sure it is smooth.







Source:engVid,  Longman English Dictionary, The Free Dictionary

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