In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(oil) comestible(salt) de cocina(apple/sherry) para cocinar(utensils) de cocinato do the cooking — cocinar
- it is used in cooking — se usa para cocinar / en cocina
- he missed home cooking — echaba de menos la comida casera
- his cooking is awful — cocina muy mal
- Spanish cooking — la cocina / la gastronomía española
- the cooking time — el tiempo de cocción
- Hopefully you have someone in your household who can operate that most intricate of cooking utensils, the barbecue.
- To sauté (the low fat way), spray large skillet with fat free cooking spray and heat to medium-high.
- Far too big and heavy for the average stove top, these are set on single-ring gas burners on the ground, and stirred with something more like an oar than a cooking utensil.
- It doesn't matter if there isn't any cooking oil, and we cope without electricity for a few hours daily.
- In the land of oil there is no electricity, no gasoline, no cooking gas and no petrol.
- He now operates from a van in the Hull area, filtering and cleaning catering cooking fat at hospitals, universities and schools.
- Since heat is created only in the cooking utensil and food, this glass ceramic surface remains fairly cool.
- Near the kitchen, the household has put up another chart, this time listing the name of cooking ingredients and food items.
- I had a box of books and a box of cooking utensils, but I never unpacked them.
- Before using for the first time, the cooking basket and drip tray should be washed with warm, soapy water.
- In a heavy 10-inch skillet heat 1 tablespoon shortening or cooking oil over medium heat.
- Spray the wedges lightly with olive-oil cooking spray and sprinkle with half a teaspoon of salt.
- The coal range was so hot the cooking plate glowed.
- In the back room, we have our large brick oven, a kitchen table and our cooking utensils.
- I recall all sorts of cooking gadgets that went in and out of the kitchen over the years.
- He was also given a set of cooking knives and a chopping board.
- The items may be placed directly on the floor of the oven, in a clay cooking pot or on a flat stone.
- She put a load of meats on there and also some cooking pots.
- The two kitchens housing cooking material inside the hospital have also been closed.
- They were wrapped in cloth, tucked under her clothes but to the left of the food and cooking supplies she was taking.
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