Some articles on ingredients:
... Supermarket shelves now contain ingredients for, among others, traditional, European, American (Mexican/Tex-Mex), Indian, Polish and Chinese dishes ... All the ingredients are fried, although more recently the trend is to grill as many of the ingredients as possible ... of the century saw the emergence of a new Irish cuisine based on traditional ingredients handled in new ways ...
... New varieties of Ivory soap contain altered ingredients, such as in "Simply Ivory" (or "simplement ivory") sodium tallowate and/or sodium palmate, water, sodium cocoate or sodium palm kernelate, glycerin ...
... Tuna salad is typically a blend of two main ingredients tuna and mayonnaise or mayonnaise-substitute ... egg, celery or relish, and onion are ingredients that are often added ... The reason for the change is that the eggs must be cooked whereas the other ingredients are purchased ready to eat ...
... Moles come in various flavors and ingredients, with chili peppers as the common factor ... and European heritage, both for the types of ingredients it contains as well as the legends surrounding its origin ... Modern mole is a mixture of ingredients from three continents, North America, Europe and Africa, making it the first international dish created in ...
... Other ingredients can include black pepper, achiote, guaje (Leucaena leucocephala), cumin, cloves, anise, tomatoes, tomatillos, garlic, sesame seeds, dried fruit ... Mole poblano has an average of 20 ingredients mole almendrado has an average of 26, and Oaxacan moles can have over 30 ... According to Rick Bayless, the ingredients of mole can be grouped into five distinct classes chiles, sour (tomatillos), sweet (dried fruits and sugar), spices, and thickeners (nuts and tortillas) ...
Famous quotes related to ingredients:
“Copernicanism and other essential ingredients of modern science survived only because reason was frequently overruled in their past.”
—Paul Feyerabend (19241994)
“In all cultures, the family imprints its members with selfhood. Human experience of identity has two elements; a sense of belonging and a sense of being separate. The laboratory in which these ingredients are mixed and dispensed is the family, the matrix of identity.”
—Salvador Minuchin (20th century)
“Reading any collection of a mans quotations is like eating the ingredients that go into a stew instead of cooking them together in the pot. You eat all the carrots, then all the potatoes, then the meat. You wont go away hungry, but its not quite satisfying. Only a biography, or autobiography, gives you the hot meal.”
—Christopher Buckley, U.S. author. A review of three books of quotations from Newt Gingrich. Newties Greatest Hits, The New York Times Book Review (March 12, 1995)
“This even-handed justice
Commends th ingredients of our poisoned chalice
To our own lips.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“A sociosphere of contact, control, persuasion and dissuasion, of exhibitions of inhibitions in massive or homeopathic doses...: this is obscenity. All structures turned inside out and exhibited, all operations rendered visible. In America this goes all the way from the bewildering network of aerial telephone and electric wires ... to the concrete multiplication of all the bodily functions in the home, the litany of ingredients on the tiniest can of food, the exhibition of income or IQ.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)