Bisque is a smooth, creamy, highly seasoned soup of French origin, classically
based on a strained broth ... Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume 2. ... "
Tomato Bisque – Soup Might...
Dictionary and history of cooking and food terms starting with the letter G. ...
gazpacho - A cold uncooked summer tomato soup (a liquid salad). .... It does not
require refrigeration if you keep moisture out of it; for example, don't dip a wet ...
glace de viande (glahs duh vee-AHND) - It is a meat glaze by French definition,
Al Dente - A term, meaning "to the bite", used to describe the correct degree of ...
Anaerobic bacteria - Bacteria that does not require oxygen to function. .... The
soup is enriched with cream and Cognac and garnished with pieces of the shell
Oct 7, 2009 ... I'm curious as to what the difference is between a bisque, a chowder and cream
of ....soup? ... creamy tomato soup a bisque, the definition of the word widened. ...
Well, in Ashley's world it does, but not in mine, LOL. ... the "emergency" soup was
cream of mushroom...the soup the chef would whip up if ...
How can you tell the difference between a bisque and a chowder? ... The
difference between a broth and a stock is that by definition a broth is made from ...
The slow cooking method tenderizes the meat and the lower temperature allows
Soups, and their corresponding cooking techniques, can be grouped into the
following ... POTAGE – term associated with hearty soups; means soup in French.
Anglais- English style, (meaning bland-plain cooked food) Annoncer- To ... Au
bleu- A term to describe the cooking method of cooking live fish in court bouillon
Sep 9, 2014 ... Bisque and chowder — are they just fancy monikers for creamy soup? ... She's a
graduate of the International Culinary Center, author of ... The difference I was
taught was that bisque had no potato chucks while chowder does. ... I guess by
Kelli's definition, 'Campbell's Tomato Soup' should be labled ...
a : a thick cream soup made with shellfish or game. b : a cream soup of pureed
vegetables. 2. : ice cream containing powdered nuts or macaroons.