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Food that Starts with E
The wide variety of foods available for us is impressive. Have you ever heard about an elver? Or an endive? The list of foods that start with E is shorter than others, but I’m sure there are some interesting nouns in there.
Fruits that start with E
Eggfruit: -ovoid orange-yellow mealy sweet fruit of Florida and West Indies.
– When you cut an eggfruit by the middle, halves have a hearted shape.
Emperor: red table grape of California.
– Emperor grapes are tasty, but they have tiny seeds inside. To keep them fresh store them in the fridge.
Empire: an eating apple that somewhat resembles a McIntosh; used as both an eating and a cooking apple.
– The empire apples are the result of a cross between McIntosh and Red delicious apples.
Meats that start with E
Elver: young eel; may be sauteed or batter-fried.
– Baby eels or elver are considered a gourmet food. They are very expensive.
Entrecote: cut of meat taken from between the ribs.
-To prepare a perfect entrecote, first smoke it for a few minutes, and then grill it for about one minute per side.
Escallop: thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled. Edible muscle of mollusks having fan-shaped shells; served broiled or poached or in salads or cream sauces.
– Venison escallops are ideal for barbecues or as a quick frying steak.
Ecrevisse: -tiny lobster-like crustaceans usually boiled briefly.
–Ecrevisse is a very famous seafood in France.
Vegetables that start with E
Eggplant: egg-shaped vegetable having a shiny skin typically dark purple but occasionally white or yellow.
–Eggplants could be purple, white, or yellow-orange. It is known that eggplants are originary from India.
Estragon: fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning.
-I love the taste of red vinegar combined with olive oil and estragon.
Edda: tropical starchy tuberous root.
–Edda root also known as taro root; it’s poisonous if eaten row.
Endive: variety of endive having leaves with irregular frilled edges.
– Endives are one of the most difficult veggies to grow.
Ecballium: exploding cucumber; squirting cucumber.
-The ecballium is not the cucumber I am used to eating.
Grains that start with E
Espresso: -strong black coffee brewed by forcing hot water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans.
– The woman picks an espresso every day at the same place and time.
Eleusine coracana: -East Indian cereal grass whose seed yield a somewhat bitter flour, a staple in the Orient.
– The Eleusine coracana is best known as finger millet.
Emmer: hard red wheat is grown especially in Russia and Germany; in United States as stock feed.
– She bakes some delicious emmer English muffins.
Ear: fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn.
– I smashed the ears to prepare a paste. Then I combined it with water to prepare some tasty tortillas.