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Italian Meringue
a fluffy, shiny meringue mad by slowly beating hot sugar syrup into whipped egg whites; when used as a cake frosting, known as boiled icing.
Jambon
French for ham
Japonaise
A French baked meringue containing ground hazelnuts or almonds
Gigot
Leg
Julep
A cocktail made from bourbon, sugar and mint served with finely crushed ice; also know as a Mint Julep
Julienne
Food cut into a matchstick shape of approximately 1x8”- 1x8”- 2” long
Jus lié
A sauce made by thickening brown stock with cornstarch or similar starch and often used like a demi-gaze, especially to produce small sauces; also know as fond lie.
Kirsch
A clear cherry brandy; double distilled from small semisweet cherries gathered in Germany’s Black Forest, France’s Vosges region and areas of Switzerland; it has a characteristic bitter almond flavor that comes from the oil derived from the cherries’ stones; also known as Kirschwasser in Germany.
Kirschtorte
A Swiss cake composed of two hazelnut meringue layers and two of genoise that are alternated with a Kirsch-flavored buttercream; the sides are spread with buttercream and coated with toasted ground hazelnuts, and top is heavily dusted with confectioners’ sugar and decorated with green marzipan leaves and candied cherries; also known as Zugor Kirschtorte.
Kugelhopf
A light yeast cake filled with raisins, nuts and candied fruit and baked in a special fluted mold;
Langue de Chat
French for cat’s tongue and used to describe a thin, finger-shaped biscuit or cookie
Laitue
Lettuce
Lapin
Rabbit
Legume
Vegetable
Liaison
A mixer of egg yolks and heavy cream used to thicken and enrich sauces
Linzertorte
A thin Austrian tart made with a rich, cookielike dough containing ground hazelnuts and spices, filled with raspberry jam and topped with a dough lattice
Maitre d’ Hotel
Person who is in charge of the front of the house
Marzipan
A sweet, pliable paste made of ground almonds, sugar and egg whites;
Melba Sauce
A French dessert sauce made with pureed raspberries, sugar , red currant jelly and cornstarch
Meringue
A mixture of stiffly beaten egg whites and sugar;