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Bread and butter

Bread+Butter, a restaurant at The Borgata Smorgås, a Swedish dish Bread and butter pickles Smorrebrod, a Danish dish Voileipa, a Finnish dish Brun maska, an Iranian dish, served in Irani cafes in Mumbai Tartine, a dish originating in France and f ...

                                               

Chala (disambiguation)

the Hellenistic name of Hulwan, Iran Chala Sar, Mazandaran Province, Iran

                                               

Saj

Saj may refer to: Sahu language, assigned saj as its ISO 639-3 language code Saj Coronation Street, a character in Coronation Street Saj, the tree Terminalia elliptica Saj, Iran, a village in Qazvin Province Saj, Arabic literary genre Saj utensil ...

                                               

Toaster (disambiguation)

Toaster software, a self-contained software package "appliance" meant for electronic distribution for burning onto CD-ROM Toaster, in Microsoft codename jargon, a hardware equivalent of fictional entities used in documentation and sample code as ...

                                               

Yukiko Mishima

Yukiko Mishima April 22, 1969) is a Japanese film director. Her first feature film, Shisei: Nihohi tsuki no gotoku, based on the Junichirō Tanizaki story "The Tatooer", was released in 2009. She received best director from the Hochi Film Award in ...

                                               

Knack

Knack or The Knack may refer to: Knack magazine, a Belgian news magazine Knack Online Database Tools, online database & web app builder Knack video game, a launch title developed by SCE Japan Studio for the Sony PlayStation 4 The Knack, an Americ ...

                                               

Double decker

A double-decker is a vehicle that has two levels for passengers or cargo, one deck above the other. Such vehicles include: Bombardier BiLevel Coach Car carrier trailer or auto carrier, a road trailer for transporting cars or other road vehicles B ...

                                               

Rare Trax (Pink Lady album)

RARE TRAX is a remix album by Japanese duo Pink Lady, released on January 21, 2006 to commemorate the duos 30th anniversary. The album is a compilation of tracks originally released in the remix albums BLOOD NEW and Remixes, as well as new remixe ...

                                               

Halla

Halla may refer to: Halla horse, a show jumping horse that won a record three Olympic gold medals Halla Group, a South Korean chaebol MS Halla, a ro-ro ferry in service with Seaboard during 1987 Anyang Halla, a professional hockey team in Asia Le ...

                                               

Welcome (TV series)

Welcome is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Kim Myung-soo, Shin Ye-eun, Seo Ji-hoon, Yoon Ye-joo and Kang Hoon. Based on the 2009–2010 Naver webtoon of the same name by Go A-ra, it aired on KBS2s Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 ti ...

                                               

Dabo (disambiguation)

Dabo is Japanese hip-hop artist. Dabo may also refer to: Dabotap, pagoda located in Bulguk Temple in Gyeongju, South Korea Pastores dabo vobis, apostolic exhortation released on March 25, 1992 by Pope John Paul II Mouhamadou Dabo born 1986, Frenc ...

                                               

Aloo

Aloo gobi, potatoes and cauliflower Aloo paratha, an unleavened bread stuffed with mashed potatoes Aloo mutter, potatoes and peas in tomato gravy Saag aloo, fried potatoes with spinach palak or fenugreek methi curry Aloo gosht, potatoes and meat ...

                                               

Kuzu sis

Kuzu sis is a Turkish lamb kebab made with the thigh of the lamb, and served with onion and tomato garnishes. A combination of black pepper, ground red pepper, cumin, garlic powder and rosemary is often used to spice the meat. The lamb can also b ...

                                               

Tritordeum

Tritordeum is a hybrid crop, obtained by crossing durum wheat with the wild barley Hordeum chilense. It has less gliadin than wheat, but still performs well in breads, both in terms of dough rising and texture qualities, and in taste-testing, whe ...

                                               

Pudding (disambiguation)

List of puddings Semolina pudding, or semolina porridge, a porridge-type pudding

                                               

Biga

Biga, Çanakkale, a town and district of Çanakkale Province in Turkey Sanjak of Biga, an Ottoman province Biga Peninsula, a peninsula in Turkey, in the northwest part of Anatolia Biga Çayı, a river in Çanakkale Province

                                               

Underwood (disambiguation)

Underwood, Queensland, a suburb of Logan City, Australia

                                               

Gari

Gari river, a river of Lazio, Italy Gari Krusevac, Serbia Gari-ye Pain "Lower Gari", Iran Gari, Russia, several inhabited localities in Russia Gari-ye Bala "Upper Gari", Iran Gari, Tombouctou Region, Mali Gari, Fars, Iran

                                               

Jang

Jang may refer to: Daily Jang, an Urdu-language newspaper published by the Jang Group Jang Group of Newspapers, a Pakistani newspaper publishing company Jang Korean name, a common Korean family name Jang, Nepal, a village development committee in ...

                                               

Beach pizza

Beach pizza is a style of pizza popular in the coastal communities of New England north of Boston, particularly in northeastern Massachusetts and coastal New Hampshire. It has a very thin crust and is rectangular, being typically cooked on a baki ...

                                               

Just Desserts

"Just Desserts", an episode of Lovejoy "Just Desserts!", an episode of The Fairly OddParents Top Chef: Just Desserts, an American reality competition TV show "Just Desserts" Cory in the House episode Zumbos Just Desserts, an Australian television ...

                                               

Zumbos Just Desserts (season 1)

The first season of Zumbos Just Desserts premiered in Australia on August 22, 2016, on Seven Network. Twelve contestants were selected to compete. The winner of the first season won the grand prize of 0.000, gets an opportunity have one of their ...

                                               

Zumbos Just Desserts (season 2)

The second season of Zumbos Just Desserts premiered in Australia on November 17, 2019, on Seven Network. Ten contestants were selected to compete. The winner of this season won the grand prize of 0.000 and earns the title of "Zumbos Just Desserts ...

                                               

Melba

Melba may refer to: Dame Nellie Melba 1861–1931, Australian soprano opera singer Melba miniseries, a 1988 Australian mini series about Nellie Melba Melba film, a 1953 musical biopic drama film about Nellie Melba Melba 1976 album Melba Montgomery ...

                                               

Custard (disambiguation)

Not to be confused with the name "Custer". Custard is the name given to a range of preparations based on milk and eggs, thickened with heat. Custard can also refer to: Custard band, the Australian band Custard is the name of the cat in the childr ...

                                               

VLA

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, any of a number of organizations providing pro bono legal assistance to members of the arts community Vermont Library Association, professional organization for librarians from Vermont Virginia Library Association, ...

                                               

Aeroplane (disambiguation)

"Aeroplane", a song by Bjork from her 1993 album Debut In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, the second album by Neutral Milk Hotel "Aeroplane" Reamonn song Aeroplane album, the second solo album by Curt Smith "Aeroplane", a 1990 song by Robert Palmer f ...

                                               

Crumble (disambiguation)

Crumble may refer to: Crumble Cap, fungus Coprinellus disseminatus Crumble, a play by Sheila Callaghan Violet Crumble, Australian chocolate bar Crumble, general fruit dessert Crumbles murders, either of two notable murder cases at The Crumbles in ...

                                               

Desert (disambiguation)

Desert, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom Desert, Texas, an unincorporated community in Collin County, Texas, United States

                                               

Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! (season 14)

Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! returned for its fourteenth series on 10 January 2020 on RTL. Sonja Zietlow and Daniel Hartwich returned for their fourteenth and eighth season as hosts, respectively. Also the paramedic Bob McCarron alias ...

                                               

Danish Pakistani

Danish Pakistani or Pakistani Danish may refer to: Danish Kaneria, Pakistani cricketer Pakistanis with the name Danish Noon Meem Danish, Pakistani poet Pakistanis in Denmark A danish pastry manufactured in Pakistan or by Pakistanis Danes in Pakis ...

                                               

Aanaar (restaurant)

Restaurant Aanaar is a restaurant in Inari, Finland at the Hotel Kultahovi, which was on the list of the 50 best restaurants in Finland in 2019. The Finnish Gastronomical Society has named it as the restaurant of the year in Finland in 2020. The ...

                                               

Masi

Masi, Norway, a village in Finnmark county in northern Norway Masi, Almora, a small town located in the west Ramgang valley of Almora in India Masi, Veneto, a city in the province of Padua in northern Italy

                                               

Irini Tzortzoglou

Irini Tzortzoglou is a Greek cook and winner of the MasterChef 2019 UK TV show competition. Her final challenge was to prepare a three-course meal for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Tzortzoglous winning menu consisted of: Dessert: Fig and ...

                                               

Chinese almond biscuit

A Chinese almond biscuit or Chinese almond cookie is a type of Chinese pastry that is made with ground mung bean. It was originally made without almond, and the name refers to the almond shape of the original biscuit, but now the Chinese almond b ...

                                               

Cassava cake (disambiguation)

Cassava cake is a cassava-based dessert from the Philippines. It can also refer to other dishes with non-English names made with cassava in various cuisines, they include: Cakes Banh khoai mì, baked or steamed cakes of cassava flour and coconut m ...

                                               

Mount Hermon (disambiguation)

Mount Hermon, New Jersey Mount Hermon, Louisiana Mount Hermon, Virginia Mount Hermon, California Mount Hermon, Alamance County, North Carolina Mount Hermon Township, Pasquotank County, North Carolina Mount Hermon, Massachusetts

                                               

Gulab

Gulab Singh of Jammu and Kashmir 1792–1857, the founder and first Maharaja of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir Gulab Kaur, a freedom fighter Gulab Khandelwal born 1924, Indian poet born in Navalgarh, Rajasthan Gulab Singh Shaktawat died 20 ...

                                               

Chula

Chulalongkorn Rama V, 1853–1910, Siamese King Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Chula Chakrabongse 1908–1963, Siamese Prince Maha Chulalongkorn "Great Chulalongkorn", Chulalongkorn University anthem composed by King Bhumibol Adulyadej C ...

                                               

Dame Blanche

Dame Blanche or La Dame Blanche may refer to: Dames blanches, female spirits or supernatural beings in French folklore and mythology La dame blanche, an opera by François-Adrien Boieldieu Dame Blanche resistance, an underground network in German- ...

                                               

SUP

Sup or SUP may refer to: Simple Update Protocol, dropped proposal to speed RSS and Atom Scottish Unionist Party 1986, established in the mid 1980s Standup paddleboarding Syracuse University Press Sup squark, the supersymmetric partner of the up q ...

                                               

Quesada

Quesada, Costa Rica, a district in the canton of San Carlos in the province of Alajuela Quesada, Spain, a town in the province of Alicante, in Valencia Quesada, Spain, a town in the province of Jaen, in Andalusia Quesada, Guatemala, a municipality

                                               

St. Lawrence (restaurant)

St. Lawrence is a French Canadian restaurant in the Japantown neighborhood of Vancouver, British Columbia. It opened in June 2017. Located on the ground floor of a heritage building at 269 Powell St, originally a Japanese general store, St. Lawre ...

                                               

Plate

Plate dishware, a broad, mainly flat vessel commonly used to serve food Plates, tableware, dishes or dishware used for setting a table, serving food and dining Plate, a forequarter cut of beef Plate, the content of such a plate for example: rice ...

                                               

Nasi

Nasi bogana Nasi gurih Nasi Padang Nasi paprik Nasi tumpang Other Southeast Asian nasi dishes Nasi goreng, a popular rice dish often simply called nasi Nasi bakar Nasi uduk Nasi dagang Nasi timbel Indonesian and Malay word for rice, featured in m ...

                                               

Chile (disambiguation)

Chile powder Chile con queso, a dip and/or sauce made of melted cheese with roasted, chopped green chiles Chile pepper, the spicy fruit of plants in the genus Capsicum Chile sauce Chile relleno, a battered, fried, cheese-stuffed green chile peppe ...

                                               

Habanaga

The Habanaga is a cultivar of the chili pepper Capsicum chinense developed in New Mexico when a university student accidentally crossed a Habanero and a Naga Ghost Pepper.

                                               

Cranberry (disambiguation)

Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, West Virginia Cranberry, Venango County, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community Tannersville Cranberry Bog, a protected bog in Tannersville, Pennsylvania Cranberry Isles, Maine Cranberry, Luzerne County, Pennsy ...

                                               

Mole

Golden moles, southern African mammals in the family Chrysochloridae, similar to but unrelated to Talpidae moles Mole animal or "true mole", mammals in the family Talpidae, found in Eurasia and North America Marsupial moles, Australian mammals in ...

                                               

Boat (disambiguation)

Das Boot, German for The Boat, a 1981 feature film directed by Wolfgang Petersen, adapted from a novel of the same name by Lothar-Gunther Buchheim. "The Boat" song, single release of the title theme to the Wolfgang Petersen film, in Germany relea ...