The 'cheese' group
These nouns refer to food and the ingredients which go into food.
baking powder bread brine butter caviar cereal cheddar cheese chocolate chowder chutney conserve consommé creamer curry powder custard dessert dough dressing emulsifier essence extract fat feed filling flour food gelatine goat cheese grain gravy gum health food ice cream jam jelly junk food luncheon meat margarine marmalade meat millet mousse muesli mustard oil olive oil pasta paste pâté pickle pilaf pilau powder processed cheese protein ravioli red meat red pepper relish rice salad cream salad-dressing salsa sauce seasoning shortening sorbet soup spice spread starch stock stuffing sweetener syrup thickener topping vinaigrette vinegar wheat white sauce wholefood yeast yeast extract
The roast chicken is filled with feta cheese and spinach in a parsley butter sauce.
I was seeking a cheese with a fine white mould, slightly crusted, with a creamy interior.
There are plenty of delicious cheeses made in the area including the famous Livarot, Camembert and Pont l'Eveque.
Meatballs, mashed potatoes and boiled cabbage were followed by sponge pudding and custard.
Proper ice-cream is based on a custard made from eggs, sugar and a cream-enriched milk.
There are also yoghurt custards appearing on supermarket shelves.
He looked like a man who had spent his youth eating health food.
Contrary to the implication of recent advertising, which states that a bag of crisps contains more vitamin C that an apple, crisps are not a health food.
I do yoga every day, use the gym three times a week and eat health foods.
He said detainees at the site were fed only rice and stale bread, which they had to soften in water.
Wild rice is not a rice but an aquatic grass.
The general principle is that long-and medium-grain rices are for savoury dishes and short-grain (in the west at least) is reserved for puddings.