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Akiko Katayama (Food Network personality, ) Iron Chef America
Aloe Vera Getränk Getränk means "drink" in German; see Aloe Vera Drink.
Amorini Hearts (Traditional Italian wedding favor, translates to "little loves", whats the history?)
Barbounia (Greek food referred to in John Fowles's "Magus")
Beer Distribution (not sure where to put this request, it is a very complicated topic, possibly use these pages as sources to start http://probrewer.com/resources/library/distribution101.php http://www.chicagoreader.com/features/stories/bells/
Beto's (Mexican food restaurant, more info)
Baybread (Canadian Oatmeal+ Carb heavy Scouting Amalgation)
Beer Easy Rider (Austrian Beer by Riedler)
Black-Out Friday (the day after Thanksgiving) Black Friday (shopping)
Blacktooth (a drink made of Jack Daniel's and Coca Cola, made popular by Pantera, listed here as 'black tooth grin')
Blue Baker A classy sandwich chain in College Station, Texas
Bottle gourd oil
Cafe Rio Mexican Grill ( more info)
CafinesseChilled coffee concentrate
California style chicken
Capozella referred to in Underworld by Don DeLillo
Carbolite (type of ice cream)
Cherry madeira cake, and it's NOT the shock site I'm requesting. It's the recipe, cherry cake.
Cho-cho chicken Suggested after finding this term in appetizer section of the menu from a Chinese restaurant in Louisiana. 25 Apr. '07.
Chocolate Soldier (soft drink) The Yoohoo-like chocolate drink, not the alcoholic cocktail. In particular would appreciate some qualitative comparison to Yoohoo and product history.
Clack-dish - a dish with a movable lid, formerly carried by beggars, who clacked the lid to attract notice
Combier The original triple sec. Some information already exists in Triple sec Home Page of Combier
Comiteco An agave distilled beverage from Comitas, MX (a native Spanish speaker might be able to find ample material on the web, but I can't read it well enough)
Connoisseur (ice cream)
Contemporary Cuisine (What is?)
Contributions of foods by fringe cultures to mainstream cultures ie Indigenous people to invader cultures, or Gypsy travellers to various European nations' cuisine
Coors Spring Water
Cramen A combination of coffee and Ramen noodles
CrimsonCup Coffee roaster  Croquant A type of nut often found in chocolate?
Debrecena (perhaps this is Debrecener, the sausage?)
Deli Roll (See )
Dew-bit - early morning light snack served before breakfast
Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance® Pet Foods
Double Devon cream (similar to Clotted Cream)
Dragon pearl tea
Drunken Goat Brewing Company
Easy Rider Beer (Austrian Beer by Riedler)
Elgin Street Diner (Ottawa, Ontario famous landmark restaurant)
Fast food in the United States
Fincas Coffee (Costa Rica Coffee Beans [Japanese：フィンカスコーヒー], more info)
Fiori di Sicilia (vanilla extract substitute) Looking for sugar content
FLC Coffee (Sustainable (Organic) Costa Rica Coffee Beans, more info)
Flue divertor (an optional part of a multi-deck pizza oven manufactured by Peerless Ovens)
Fluffs cereal (a brand name cereal possibly made with beans)
Fricandeau is a veal dish larded and braised veal fillet
Gompstompers(a gooey historical treat, not good to delete)
Graveyard (soda) (A combination of all the sodas at a soda fountain)
Gravilax: is this gravlax, a method of preparing salmon?
Gu (pudding) a premium pudding brand in Europe
Güero Canelo- (Tucson Arizona subcult taco stand, mentioned in famous southwest band's- like Calexico- lyrics)
Philéas Gilbert ?
Green ripe State of edibility for beans like edamame soy.
Haole Moco Like Loco Moco but with a potato croquette - you can find a picture wiki media commons or whatever
Happy Tail Ale The first and only beer for dogs
Hot Gum (appears to be an alcoholic drink, possibly made with gum syrup (sirop de gomme))
Hot Salt Beef
Hulk Royal An alcoholic beverage containing Crown Royal, Hpnotiq, and Cognac
Industrial organic complex
James Ready 5.5 Beer, not the person
Jana Skinny Water Water marketed to burn calories http://www.skinnywater.com/
Japtch - Japanese Whisky
Johnson's Popcorn, a popcorn vendor known around the Jersey Shore area, particularly the Boardwalk
Juice in Bartending (How juice is used and why it's important in bartending) June 20th Group Dining society, whose members number John Mortimer inter alia, based in Camden, London
Kabanossi, a spicy smoked sausage which can be eaten hot or cold - is this the same as Cabanossi?
Kalinji, an Indian spice (see Nigella sativa)
Kamchatka Vodka, a cheap vodka from Russia
KBasic, KBasic is a programming language for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. It is a new programming language, a further BASIC dialect and is related to Visual Basic 6 and Java. 
Khitchari - is this the same as Kedgeree?
King Coconut Native to Sri Lanka (Thambili)
Koala Springs beverages
Koulibiaka, a Russian first or main course
Label My Food (Food Labelling campaign group in the UK - http://www.labelmyfood.org.uk)
Lachmajun: appears to be alternate (German?) spelling for Turkish pizza lahmacun
Lanjager - is this the same as Landjäger?
Lapis Surabaya Indonesian sponge cake of three layers. Picture here: http://www.potatomato.com/mt/archives/002863.html
Laurent Perrier - is this the same as Laurent-Perrier?
Li Hing Mui - is this the same as Li hing mui?
Liquitarianism (A diet of some sort, made up of water/liquid only?)
List of oil-soluble spices
List of water-soluble spices
Low-fat cooking Low Fat, Low Cholesterol, Low Carbohydrate Cooking, Diet and Health Information.
Lupin Flour forms a large part of a widely-promoted breakfast snack in Australia and produced in Western Australia and the American Midwest. Mentioned in passing on lupin and not mentioned on flour.
Mackintosh Good News chocolates
Maltloaf - is this the same as Malt loaf?
Marc Bredif (French wine maker)
Marc de Champagne
Master Chef (A chef's chef) The highest achievement an American chef can earn. more info
McKenzie's Pastry Shoppes - A now defunct bakery chain based in New Orleans, with locations in Orleans and Jefferson Parish.
Medalla Light beer
Medicated Sugar Confectionary
Meister Bock - A fastfood chain from Germany specialising in sausages
Mianzhudaqu (Unusual liquor from China)
Michael Carlson - Schwa restaurant, Chicago; some notability
Milk Protein Concentrate ("MPC" -- a filtered milk product manufactured in many countries; imported into USA, often as a non-food item (can be used to make glue, for example), from countries like China and added to many foods like cheese products and nutritional shakes; MPC is not an FDA-approved food additive and the FDA does not inspect and regulate MPC imports; MPC might be contaminated in a variety of ways, including with melamine from Chinese imports)
Monk & Me
Moravian Christmas cookie
Morning Banana Diet news article, news article, blog post, enthusiast site
Munkholm (Well-known Norwegian non-alcholic beer)
NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN CUISINE PRE-european invasion
Nathan Lyon (chef)
Nerd Energy Drink seen in San Antonio & College Station, TX, I would like to know more about this product. Claims to have more scientifically verified stimulants.
New Orleans Hot Sausage (form of sausage patty found only in Southeast Louisiana, Patton's Hot Sausage)
Notmilk.com, could anyone with some scientific health knowledge write an article about this website? I cannot tell if the information presented is mostly propaganda/biased or might actually consist of some true health facts about milk
Nurishment Milk drink in various flavours from the UK.
Nviro waste treatment process
O8sis.com - Tips for women, mostly dining, site is at 
Ogden, Bradley, chef and restauranteur
OMBC aka: Old Man's Breakfast Club
Onsen Tamago Japanese, lit. "hot springs egg," an egg poached in its shell.
Orange bang - Mexican "agua fresca"
Oriental Rice Cracker
Original New York Seltzer, discontinued carbonated beverage
Pacific Northwest Cuisine
Pagophobia - the fear of ice
Pantry Restaurant, Los Angeles. Do you mean Original Pantry Cafe?
Parikari drink of Wapishana and macushi
Peanut Lolita a peanut liquor, but does anyone know where to purchase it, or it's history?
Persian Fairy Floss A dessert garnish.
Pié d'Angloys - A French Brie-like cheese.
Pineapple fried rice or pineapple rice - Well-known Thai dish
Pinnacle Vodka - Premium Imported (French?) Vodka
Pizzaiola - appears to be an Italian pizza-style sauce used on non-pizza foods such as meats
Pizzetta - restaurant in Mystic, CT
Pomewater - a large juicy kind of apple that is no longer cultivated but was popular in the middle ages.
Pounder Burger (quarter pounder[X4])
Prego Della Piazza - One of the oldest fine dining restaurants in Toronto http://news.google.com/archivesearch?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGIH_enUS249US249&um=1&tab=wn&q=prego+della+piazza and http://www.google.com/search?q=prego+della+piazza
Principato wines the house wine of the Olive Garden www.olivegarden.com
Pud (A Corby Glen Dish)
Pudding skin - the layer on top of pudding. Purin (Japanese pudding) - a very popular Japanese dessert.
Qamar Al-Deen (Arabic pectin-based apricot-flavored candy similar to fruit rollup)
Ranger Cookie made from creamer and sugar in US Army MREs
Rainbow chip frosting (when did they stop/restart production?)
Remoska < http://www.lakeland.co.uk/F/product/2511>
Rewena Bread Māori cuisine. Part of New Zealand/Aotearoa.
Rawon (a type of soup originating from the Indonesian culture)
Red Hot Dogs (A Maine delicacy, reference: http://travel.mainetoday.com/fromaway/051101.shtml)
Richard Blechynden (inventor of iced tea)
Jancis Robinson's Wine Course 
Rudy's Lakeside (a historic eating establishment in Oswego, NY, near SUNY Oswego reference: http://www.rudyshot.com)
Rybets (some kind of small fish, apparently native to Russia)
Rye India Pale Ale (the beer)
Romaneck Chicken A common type of breaded chicken similar to chicken fingers popular and well known throughout the Larchmont/Mamaroneck New York area.
Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning A Cajun seasoning located the small town of Ville Platte, Louisiana that helping bring Cajun cooking into main stream America. Reference: slapyamama Southernedition Chow  dailymail.co.uk
Sneal A word used by Dr. Raymond Powell to describe how he gets his patients to eat right and lose weight
Snirkles it was a caramel-type candy of bygone days (the 50s, maybe?). Manufactured by the Stark in Milwaukee WI--now extinct. Came in two flavors: caramel and licorice. However, Necco, who bought Stark, makes something similar--Slap Stix.   
Marlena Spieler a well known popular Jewish chef, a regular columnist for the New York Times
Stephanie Alexander Well-known Australian chef and author of best-selling cookbooks.
Strawmato (see Wiktionary entry)
Samoun (A pita-like bread eaten in Iraq and Egypt.)
Scaloppine al limone (Italian dish consisting of pork or veal steak, covered in bread crumbs or uncovered, either fried in butter or broiled, and served with a piece of lemon)
Schooner Log (seems to be a type of container for beer or other alcohol)
Sir Isaac Lime (Otter Pops)
Sixteenth Century Food
Skim plus milk
Smith Island cake- soon to be official dessert of Maryland
Socko energy drink
Sprout Creek Farm Creamery
Smoked Sausage ((SR-52 maize hybrid)) - This African-developed strain was crucial in the mid-to-late 20th century in that pretty much revolutionized corn agriculture.
Strange dishes (extreme food around the world, who eats it, are they healthy?)
Stuff Aaron Eats
Suze a French apertif
Sweet Oil (disamb page)
Synoptic reports -a Systematic report
Tacos arabes, a Mexican flatbread dish
Tahinopitta (This one is a challenge. Tahinopitta is a peanut butter cake or sweet roll similar to a Cinnamon Bun from Cyprus. An authentic recipe is very hard to find.)
Tastee Donuts - A bakery chain located in New Orleans. 
Toeroah - seems to be a type of shellfish
Tomatoes Apizza - A Farmington Hills, MI restaurant specializing in New Haven, CT neopolitan style pizza.
Tonica di Monaco (Sicilian Espresso - who makes it, who distributes it in the US?)
Traeger Wood Pellet Grills
Turkey ham (a cheap deli meat)
Turkish tarts (different from Baclava)
Tom Thumb Doughnuts - A carnival/fair chain that sells miniature doughnuts.
Toffo brand of toffee sweets (taffy candy)
Traeger Wood Pellet Grill
Trophology the science of food combination
Vessie (pig bladder used in French cuisine for sealing food to be steamed/boiled/etc.)
Veuve Galien Champaign
Vodka Kick (aka VK-A variety of alcopop)
Vologda Butter (gourmet butter produced in Vologda region northeast of Moscow)
Warabi mochi - a wagashitraditionally made from warabi and served with kinako and kuromitsu
Webber Grill (popular brand and style of charcoal BBQ grills.)
Welsh Whiskey Company - 1st & only whisky-maker in Wales for more than 100 years
Western Salad Dressing
Whambuca (Popular drink in the UK - potent mix of whiskey and sambuca)
Wines of France (Country)
Wines of Georgia (Country)
Wines of Spain (Country)
Windowpane test for kneading dough
Wine (medical use) - Components in main wine article but much more can be written on this subject to merit its own article.
Wine and preservatives - the different types of chemicals used, oxidization process of the wine and the impact of the preservative, concentration/amount of preservative and known health effects related to preservatives.
YouBars - Online design your own nutrition bar company
Zesto - restaurant in Columbia, S.C. Zalabia - crisp, waffle-like Syrian pastry
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