flambée, glacé, pâté, sauté, purée

Czech translation: ~

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English term or phrase:flambée, glacé, pâté, sauté, purée
Czech translation:~
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19:39 Jan 21, 2002
English to Czech translations [Non-PRO]
Cooking / Culinary / cooking
English term or phrase: flambée, glacé, pâté, sauté, purée
What are Czech equivalents for these and other foreign (French, Italian, etc.)cooking terms? Do they transfer the same words with diacritics? Are there on-line Czech/Slovak culinary glossaries?tks
Whitney Galbraith
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Explanation:
flambeé = flambovat
glacé = polít
pâté = náte'rka
sauté = rychle osmaz'it
purée = mixovat, rozmixovat

Unfortunately, I do not know about any Cezch/Slovak culinary glosaries.



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Note added at 2002-01-21 21:27:19 (GMT)
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\"Pâté\" can also be translated as \"pas\'tika,\" for instance \"liver pâté\" = \"játrová pas\'tika.\"
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Explanation:
flambeé = flambovat
glacé = polít
pâté = náte'rka
sauté = rychle osmaz'it
purée = mixovat, rozmixovat

Unfortunately, I do not know about any Cezch/Slovak culinary glosaries.



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Note added at 2002-01-21 21:27:19 (GMT)
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\"Pâté\" can also be translated as \"pas\'tika,\" for instance \"liver pâté\" = \"játrová pas\'tika.\"

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agree  Jaroslav Tomiczek: Sometimes you can find the terms in "high street" restaurants with diacritics, sometimes without it
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agree  Zenny Sadlon
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