In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Cookingmostaza feminineto be as keen as mustard — estar lleno de entusiasmo
- to cut the mustard — estar a la altura de las circunstancias
- Set a slice of beef cheek on top, spoon some mustard sauce on top, and garnish with chives.
- I make this snack from time to time, sometimes omitting the onion, and occasionally adding chutney instead of mustard.
- Combine the mayonnaise, mustard, lemon zest, lemon juice, sea salt and pepper, stirring well.
- In a medium bowl, whisk together the garlic, mustard, lemon juice mayonnaise, and cheese.
- In a bowl, combine egg yolk, mustard, saffron and vinegar.
- Limit condiments, such as mustard, ketchup, pickles and sauces with salt-filled ingredients.
- Pour the rest of the oil into the pan, turn the heat to low and stir in the wine vinegar and mustard, and some black pepper.
- In small bowl combine honey, mustard, shallots and vinegar and mix well.
- Mix half the olive oil with the mustard, honey and soy sauce, and smear all over the steaks.
- To make the dressing, whisk the olive oil, vinegar, mustard, saffron, raisins and their water with sea salt and pepper in a large bowl.
- Add the mustard, soy sauce, and chopped parsley and simmer for one minute.
- Add the Dijon mustard, whole grain mustard, and olive oil, whisking to combine.
- Pour into the food processor, add the mustard, soy and vinegar, and whiz for 30 seconds.
- But often I splurge on a simple steak sandwich that can be a treat if you use good bread, meat, and mustard.
- I love making squiggly shapes with mustard and ketchup.
- Leave at least 10 minutes to allow the flavour of the powdered mustard to develop.
- Make the dressing by mixing the oil, sherry vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper and the crushed garlic.
- A turkey burger is sweeter and lighter than a beefburger and can be teamed with all or any of your favourite burger toppings, from melted cheese to mustard or dill pickles.
- Food stations need condiments such as ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise.
- He liked cayenne pepper, chutney, pickles, mustard and other condiments.
- All six herbicides do a good job of controlling broadleaves like pennycress and mustard.
- Farmers will stop growing sesame, linseed, mustard and groundnut in all their diversity since the markets for these crops will also be destroyed.
- The Cruciferae are any of a family of plants including cabbage, broccoli, turnip, and mustard.
- It is part of the Brassica family and will pollinate with mustard, radishes and turnips, so it needs to be isolated.
- The barren soil along the edge of the dikes proved fertile ground for mustard, tumbleweeds, and other plants that the refuge managers and farmers considered pests.
- Sow seeds of radishes, beets, lettuce, mustards, greens and carrots.
- The plots were then overseeded with white mustard, sorghum-sudangrass, winter wheat, or a mix of oat and hairy vetch.
- The only vegetables to avoid are any of the cole crops, such as cabbage, mustard or broccoli.
- Among the favorites are asters and daisies, milkweeds, mustards, mints, peas, and vervains.
- Soon he had bought a book, planted annuals and discovered a beautiful spot for growing mustard and cress and radishes.
- In late July, start carrots, beets, radishes, kale, mustard, spinach and turnips.
- It follows a recent breakthrough by a collaboration of five international laboratories to define the genetic blueprint of thale cress, a plant relative of mustard.
- Mizuna is another type of Chinese mustard that deserves a special mention, if only for its attractive foliage.
- This year we're experimenting with more fall brassicas like radish, mustard and rape.
- In many stands, mustards including shepherd'spurse and pennycress are very prominent.
- In warm climates, fall and winter are ideal times to plant cool-season annual herbs such as mustard, cilantro, calendula, and arugula.
- ‘This is the colour of the mustard ripening in the field,’ he says.
- So far they have planted lettuce, cabbage, mustard, beetroot and pawpaw trees.
- Transplant or direct-seed lettuce, spinach, mustard and other greens, protecting them, with a cloche or row cover.
- There is always room to include Italian and curly parsley, sorrel, salad burnet, mustard, chard, and kale greens.
- There is plenty of heavy bridal and occasion wear in bright fuchsias and shaded hues of mustard and magenta, aqua and greens and traditional kumkum red.
- Its too-tasteful palette of moss green, taupe, deep mustard and soft white was only partly offset by the raw factuality of the underlying wall's fissures and patches.
- Colours like orange, mustard and red, which are in fashion these days, dominate.
- And drunkards must always appear in mustard and purple (though strangely some of the people paying for the pictures are depicted in mustard and purple).
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