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||This is a sugar or carbohydrate which is found in
the milk of mammals.
|Lamb is the young meat of sheep, lees than one year old. Older than this it is
technically known as hogget although it will still be sold in the shops as lamb.
The meat should be pink but not bloody. The fat should be a creamy colour, if it's
yellow the meat is not fresh. The fat should not be crumbly, rather it should be moist.
Buy lamb from your local butcher rather than supermarkets.
||This is strips of bacon or lard which is threaded
through a piece of meat.
||The leek (Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum)
is a vegetable from the onion family. They have a similar but milder
taste compared to onions. The portion which grows below the soil
surface is used to flavour a large variety of dishes.|
The leek is the national symbol
or badge of the Wales and appears frequently in their national dishes.
||This is a refreshing drink and is made of the juice
of lemons, the essence of the rind, sugar and water.
Sometimes the white of an egg and sherry is added especially if it
intended as a drink for an invalid.
||These are the seeds of a plant of the same
name. They are extremely nourishing but somewhat difficult
||This fruit is a species of lemon, it is smaller and
rounder than the ordinary lemon. The lime tree is a native
of Asia. The juice of this fruit is imported into England in
large quantities for the manufacture of citric acid.
||The lobster belongs to the crustacean family.
It is a highly regarded and an extremely palatable food, and it is
supposed to possess a great nutritional quality.
||This is the back portion nearest the leg of an
||This is a garnish which generally signifies that
shredded onions have been added as one of the principal