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cachaça

cachaça  n.— «Now, Brazilians have something new to add to the list: equating cachaça (pronounced kah-SHAH-sah), the country’s powerful sugar cane liquor, with rum. Seeking to cash in on the rising popularity of Brazilian culture...

geedunk

geedunk  n.— «I put cream and raw sugar in my coffee. All motions. I wasn’t going to drink the muddy geedunk. It reminded me of the Mississippi River.» —by James Patterson The Thomas Berryman Number Apr. 1, 1996. (source:...

Rumtopf

Rumtopf n. a dessert of fruit, rum, and sugar. Etymological Note: Ger. ‘rum pot.’ (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Rumtopf

Rumtopf  n.— «A fine way to preserve summer fruits is the century-old method called pot pourri or rumtopf or fruit crock. It’s an assortment of fruits mellowed in liquor and sugar in a stone crock for several months to “ripen...

molecular gastronomy

molecular gastronomy  n.— «One of France’s most prestigious academic institutions has founded a laboratory devoted to the study of “molecular gastronomy.” The new unit at the College de France in Paris will be headed by Dr...