Food that Starts with C


Starting with CA
  1. cabbage
  2. cabernet
  3. cachou
  4. cajan pea
  5. cake
  6. calamari
  7. calvados
  8. camembert
  9. canape
  10. candy
  11. candyfloss
  12. canistel
  13. cannelloni
  14. canola
  15. cantaloup
  16. cantaloupe
  17. caper
  18. capon
  19. cappelletti
  20. cappuccino
  21. capulin
  22. carambola
  23. caramel
  24. caraway
  25. carbonado
  26. carbonara
  27. cardamom
  28. cardamon
  29. cardoon
  30. carob
  31. carp
  32. carrot
  33. casaba
  34. cashew
  35. cassareep
  36. casserole
  37. cassiri
  38. catawba
  39. catfish
  40. cauliflower
  41. caviar
  42. caviare
  43. cayenne
  44. cayenne pepper



Starting with CE
  1. celeriac
  2. celery
  3. celery cabbage
  4. celery root
  5. celtuce
  6. center
  7. centre
  8. cereal
  9. ceriman

Starting with CH
  1. chablis
  2. challah
  3. champagne
  4. chapati
  5. chard
  6. chardonnay
  7. charlotte
  8. chartreuse
  9. chateaubriand
  10. chaw
  11. checkerberry
  12. cheddar
  13. cheese
  14. cheeseburger
  15. cheesecake
  16. chenin blanc
  17. cherimoya
  18. cherry
  19. cherry tomato
  20. cherrystone
  21. chervil
  22. chestnut
  23. chevre
  24. chew
  25. chianti
  26. chicken
  27. chickpea
  28. chicory
  29. chicory root
  30. chile
  31. chili
  32. chili pepper
  33. chincapin
  34. chine
  35. chinese anise
  36. chinese cabbage
  37. chinese gooseberry
  38. chinese mustard
  39. chinese parsley
  40. chinkapin
  41. chinook
  42. chinquapin
  43. chip
  44. chipolata
  45. chipotle
  46. chitlins
  47. chitterlings
  48. chives
  49. choc
  50. chocolate
  51. chop
  52. chopsteak
  53. chorizo
  54. chou
  55. chow
  56. chowchow
  57. chowder
  58. chuck
  59. chutney

Starting with CI
  1. cider
  2. cinnamon
  3. cisco
  4. citrange
  5. citron
  6. citrus

Starting with CL
  1. clabber
  2. clam
  3. clambake
  4. claret
  5. clary sage
  6. clementine
  7. clove

Starting with CO
  1. cob
  2. cobbler
  3. cobnut
  4. cocktail
  5. coco plum
  6. cocoa
  7. cocoa plum
  8. coconut
  9. cocoyam
  10. cocozelle
  11. cod
  12. codfish
  13. coffee
  14. cognac
  15. coho
  16. cohoe
  17. cola
  18. colbert
  19. cole
  20. coleslaw
  21. collards
  22. collation
  23. collins
  24. comestible
  25. comfit
  26. comfrey
  27. commissariat
  28. common bean
  29. common fennel
  30. compote
  31. concentrate
  32. condiment
  33. confect
  34. confection
  35. confectionery
  36. confit
  37. confiture
  38. congee
  39. congo
  40. congou
  41. conserve
  42. consomme
  43. cookie
  44. cookout
  45. cooler
  46. copra
  47. coquille
  48. coral
  49. cordial
  50. coriander
  51. corn
  52. cornbread
  53. cornmeal
  54. cornpone
  55. cortland
  56. cos
  57. cos lettuce
  58. costmary
  59. courgette
  60. course
  61. couscous
  62. couverture
  63. cowberry
  64. cowpea



Starting with CR
  1. crab
  2. crabapple
  3. crabmeat
  4. cracker
  5. cranberry
  6. crape
  7. crappie
  8. crawdad
  9. crawfish
  10. crayfish
  11. cream
  12. crepe
  13. cress
  14. criollo
  15. crisp
  16. croaker
  17. croissant
  18. crookneck
  19. croquette
  20. crouton
  21. crudites
  22. cruller
  23. crumb
  24. crumpet

Starting with CU
  1. cucumber
  2. cud
  3. cuisine
  4. cuke
  5. cumin
  6. cup
  7. cupcake
  8. curd
  9. currant
  10. curry
  11. cushaw
  12. cusk
  13. custard
  14. custard apple
  15. cut
  16. cutlet

Starting with CY
  1. cyder



Food that Starts with C

Different kinds of foods exist in the whole world; some of them occurs in our country, some of them may not. Let’s learn some interesting names for interesting foods.

 

Fruits that start with C

 

Canistel: ovoid orange-yellow mealy sweet fruit of Florida and West Indies.

– Mayans valued canistel flavor long time ago. Desserts prepared with canistel are delicious.

 

Capulin: Mexican black cherry.

– The fields looked very pretty with all those Capulin trees.

 

Cherimoya: large tropical fruit with leathery skin and soft pulp; related to custard apples.

– My mother soaked the cherimoya seeds before planting them.

 

Citron: a large lemonlike fruit with thick aromatic rind; usually preserved.

– I read that citron had been around for a long time ago.

 

Clementine: a mandarin orange of a deep reddish orange color and few seeds.

– Lucy loves her grandma’s clementine marmalade. She likes to eat in on a loaf of bread.

 

 

Meats that start with C

 

Chine: cut of meat or fish including at least part of the backbone.

– When I discovered, chine includes backbone I rather ordered fish filet.

 

Confit: a piece of meat (especially a duck) cooked slowly in its fat.

– Mrs. Sanders prepared the confit for dinner. Her family loved it.

 

Crabmeat: the edible flesh of any of various crabs.

Crabmeat salad is the special dish in this place. You have to try it.

 

Croaker: the lean flesh of a saltwater fish caught along Atlantic coast of southern U.S.

– Many fish can make sounds, but croakers can make drumming sounds. I’m not sure I want to try it.

 

Cusk: the lean flesh of a cod-like fish of North Atlantic waters.

-The fisherman caught a huge cusk, although he freed it minutes later.

 

Vegetables that start with C

 

Cocozelle: squash resembling zucchini.

-Nowadays you can buy organic cocozelle in the farmer’s market.

 

Cole: coarse curly-leafed cabbage.

– Cabbages are related to cole crops. It includes cauliflower and broccoli.

Collard: variety of kale having smooth leaves.

– Today’s lunch includes collard and bacon. My kids loved it.

 

Cos lettuce: lettuce with long dark-green leaves in a loosely packed elongated head.

– Few people know that cos lettuce is the oldest cultivated lettuce.

 

Crookneck: yellow squash with a thin curved neck and somewhat warty skin.

– The farmer planted zucchini seeds, to his surprise crookneck grew instead.

 

Grains that start with C

 

Coffee: a seed of the coffee tree.

– These Colombian coffee grains smell and taste delicious.

 

Congee: a Chinese rice gruel eaten for breakfast.

Congee has a light and subtle flavor. I prefer rice.

 

Cornbread: bread made primarily of cornmeal.

– While walking on the street, the cornbread’s smell from the bakery invaded my senses.

 

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