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Caviar du Puy: green lentils from Le Puy, in the Auvergne. Cebiche: seviche; generally raw fish marinated in lime juice and other seasonings. Cendre sous la : ash cooked by being buried in embers ; some cheeses made in wine-producing regions are aged in the ash of burned rootstocks. Cerf: stag, or male deer.
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Cerfeuil: chervil. Cerise: cherry. Cerise noire: black cherry. Cerneau: walnut meat. Cervelas: garlicky cured pork sausage; now also refers to fish and seafood sausage. Cervelle s : brain s , of calf or lamb.
Cervelle de canut: a soft, fresh herbed cheese known as silkworker's brains; specialty of Lyon. Chalutier: trawler; any flat fish caught with a trawl. Champignon: mushroom. Chanterelle: prized pale orange wild mushroom; also called girolle.
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Chantilly: sweetened whipped cream. Chaource: soft and fruity cylindrical cow's-milk cheese, with a 50 percent fat content; takes its name from a village in Champagne. Chapeau: hat; small round loaf, topped with a little dough hat. Chapelure: bread crumbs. Chapon: capon, or castrated chicken. Chapon de mer: Mediterranean fish, in the rascasse or scorpion-fish family.
Charbon de bois, au: charcoal-grilled. Charentais: variety of sweet cantaloupe, or melon, originally from the Charentes, on the Atlantic coast. Also a potato variety. Charolais: area of Burgundy; light colored cattle producing high-quality beef ; also, firm white cylinder of cheese made with goat's or cow's milk, or a mixture of the two.
Chartreuse: dish of braised partridge and cabbage; also herb and spiced-based liqueur made by the Chartreuse monks in the Savoie. Chasseur: hunter; also, sauce with white wine, mushrooms, shallots, tomatoes, and herbs.
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Chaud e : hot or warm. Chaud-froid: hot-cold; cooked poultry dish served cold, usually covered with a cooked sauce, then with aspic. Chausson: a filled pastry turnover, sweet or savory.
Chemise, en: wrapped with pastry. Cheval: horse, horse meat. Cheveux d'ange: angel's hair; thin vermicelli pasta. Chevreau: young goat. Chevreuil: young roe buck or roe deer; venison. Chevrier: small, pale green, dried kidney-shaped bean, a type of flageolet. Chichi: doughnut-like, deep-fried bread spirals sprinkled with sugar; often sold from trucks at open-air markets; specialty of Provence and the Mediterranean.
Chicons du Nord: Belgian endive. Chiffonnade: shredded herbs and vegetables, usually green.