European & Exotic foods glossary (explained in English)
Thread poster: Gayle Wallimann

Gayle Wallimann  Identity Verified
Local time: 18:10
Member (2001)
French to English
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Jun 26, 2002

Have you ever been stuck in front of a term like \"pouargue\" as you translated for a restaurant in Provence? I was, until I found this glossary:

http://montell.interfold.com/translator/IntlCuisine.htm

It sure helps to be able to sum up the specialty, even if the equivalent term doesn\'t exist in English.

Bon appétit!


 

Massimo Gaido  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 11:10
English to Italian
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Grazie Jun 27, 2002

Thanks Gayle......nice site.

And yes, it did make hungry.


Ciao,

Massimo


 

David Daduč
Czech Republic
Local time: 18:10
English to Czech
a la minute - Fusilli Jun 27, 2002

Great glossary. Thanks for the reference. Unfortunately, the first page is only A - F and I cannot get the continuation page.

David


 

Gayle Wallimann  Identity Verified
Local time: 18:10
Member (2001)
French to English
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TOPIC STARTER
Strange! Jun 27, 2002

I don\'t know why it stops at F now, I was able to access it all this morning. Maybe it\'s down. Will try again tomorrow.

 

José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 13:10
English to Spanish
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Muchas gracias... Jul 1, 2002

Grazie mille,


JL


 


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