Alantic Coast clam.
Quail - A small game bird of the partridge family that
resembles a small, plump chicken. Known
also as "bobwhites" and "partridges."
The flesh is white and delicately
flavored. Most quail today are raised on
is the edible fruit of a species of the
Quass (Kvass) is a sour,
fermented liquor made by pouring warm
barley meal. It was popular
Russia amongst the peasantry.
A poached dumpling (oval), usually made
of veal or chicken.
This dish originated in the
Alsace-Lorraine region of France. It is
a pastry shell filled with a savory
custard of eggs, cream, onions,
mushrooms, meats, shellfish, and
seasonings. Quiche Lorraine includes
Quince - The round pear-shaped fruit of the quince
tree. The flesh tastes somewhat like a
cross between an apple and a pear.
Popular in jams, jellies, and preserves,
this fruit is normally better for
cooking than for eating out-of-hand.
Quinoa - This "supergrain of the future" contains more
protein than any other grain. It is a
"complete protein" (it contains all 8
essential amino acids) and is very high
in unsaturate fat. Can be prepared in
any manner suitable for rice.