is beer which during the brewing is
frozen and some of the ice removed to
content of the beer. Ice beers were
by Labatt in the early 1990s.
Ice Cream - America's most popular dessert, a frozen food
made from milk products, sweeteners, and
flavorings. The first ice cream was
served by King Charles I, around 1640.
He ordered the cook to keep the recipe a
secret forever. He didn't.
Ice Milk - This dessert is made much the same way as ice cream, but with
less milk fat.
Iceberg Lettuce - The most popular variety of lettuce. Although
less flavorful and less nutritious as
the other varieties, it costs less, is
easier to shred, and keeps longer than
Imbu - The edible fruit of a tropical American tree that is
plentiful in northeastern Brazil. It is
bright yellow, oval, averages an inch
long, and features a soft, juicy
sub-acid pulp surrounding a large seed.
Also called "yellow mombin."
Liquid derived from steeping herbs,
Inspired is a dark, malty cask
from the small Lichfield brewery.
is the mixture of dextrose and levulose,
prepared by heating cane
with dilute acids. It is readily
fermentable, reduces Fehling's
and is used in the preparation of
To combine or impregnate with iodine.
Iodine is a chemical element that is
used to help prevent thyroid disorders.
Iodized Salt - Table salt to which sodium iodine has been
added. This additive is a preventative
for hyperthyroidism ("goiter").
Ale) is a strong heavily hooped
English style of beer designed to
withstand the long sea voyage to India.
Irish Coffee -
A strong blend of coffee, Irish whiskey,
and a little sugar. Normally served in a
mug with whipped cream on top.
Irish Soda Bread - A classic Irish quickbread that uses baking
soda as its leavener. This bread is
often made with buttermilk and is
sprinkled with currants and caraway
is a stew of mutton,
is a dark, rich stout from the Salopian
Italian Sausage - A popular pizza topping consisting of pork
flavored with garlic and fennel.
Available in sweet and hot styles, the
latter of which contains hot peppers.