In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mantequilla femeninomanteca femenino Río de la Plataapple butter — dulce de manzana masculino Cono Sur
- to push sb's butters — darle / meterle caña a algn
- before noun butter dish — mantequera
- Just one tablespoon of butter, sour cream or gravy can double the calories in a potato.
- Beat the egg yolk into the batter, followed by the sour cream and melted butter.
- When using butter, it is best to cream the sugar and butter for some time before combining with the flour.
- We defined high fat dairy food as whole milk, ice cream, hard cheese, butter, and sour cream.
- Cutting out the obvious milk, butter, cream, yoghurt, and cheese is not enough.
- Milk products were common in the form of sour cream and butter from cows and yaks.
- The server returned to replace my tuna fork, but not either of the pointy knives which earlier we had been struggling to spread butter with.
- I took no sugar, no butter and no other cooking fat of any sort because to get these rare commodities I would have had to ask Stewart to give me some.
- Cream butter and vanilla essence in a mixing bowl until light and fluffy.
- They can be eaten as is, or sliced in two and spread with a little butter, clotted cream and/or jam.
- Surely it is also dedicated to getting people to buy as much milk, cheese, butter, yogurt and ice cream as possible?
- They are served hot or cold spread with butter or margarine and sometimes jelly jam and cream.
- Serve over mashed potatoes that have been whipped with lots of butter and milk or cream.
- When cream is churned to make butter, the agitation breaks up the water into droplets.
- Watch out for butter and cream hidden in many casseroles and other dishes, bakery goods and desserts.
- I used to help my father from the age of 10, delivering butter and fresh cream on my bicycle.
- Dairy products such as butter, cream, and cheese are important parts of the diet, along with pork.
- There are 20 classes for hard and soft cheeses, yoghurt, cream and butter.
- The cream, fresh butter and jam came in three separate dishes.
- Staff were even instructed to cream the butter before spreading to make sure customers got even less for their money.
1(bread) untar con mantequilla(bread) untar con manteca Río de la Plata(bread) ponerle mantequilla a(bread) ponerle manteca a Río de la Platabuttered toast — tostadas con manteca femenino Río de la Plata
- pour the mixture into a buttered dish — vierta la mezcla en un molde enmantequillado / untado de mantequilla
- The freshly buttered warm garlic toast made a tasty companion to the vegetable soup, and the pasta dishes were spot on.
- I sigh at his audacity, buttering a piece of toast.
- Who can resist freshly spread hot buns and or a lightly buttered French stick?
- I peeked into the kitchen and saw Tracy buttering a piece of toast.
- She was just sitting there, buttering another piece of toast with a knife and jam.
- Janice had made her two slices of toast and buttered them, and set them on the counter by the door, wrapped in a paper towel.
- As for Mr Sarma, buttering the right side of the bread is an old trick he has mastered from his student days.
- When buttering bread use low fat polyunsaturated or monounsaturated margarine.
- Haig buttered his toast, then spread one slice with orange marmalade and the other with lime marmalade.
- ‘So,’ I asked, buttering a piece of toast, ‘What's on the schedule for today?’
- Another cut her fruit into bite-size pieces, and a third sliced and buttered her bread.
- When the toast popped up she buttered it and placed each slice onto a saucer.
- She said: ‘I was buttering a piece of bread and I just dropped what I was doing.’
- I buttered a piece of bread and made my way outside to begin weeding, still chewing on my bread.
- Apryl half-heartedly smiled back as she picked up a slice of toast and buttered it.
- Place a slice of lightly buttered granary toast on each plate and spoon the scrambled egg on top.
- Then when the toast was browned, I buttered it, and spooned the mushrooms on top.
- The fish arrived at our table piping hot with just the right sized portion of freshly-cooked chips, plus buttered bread.
- He reached for some bread and buttered it, but when no one else spoke, he glanced up.
- The toaster dinged and I pulled out the bread, buttering it in my hand.
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