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conge

[′kän‚jā]
(food engineering)
A machine in which the ingredients for sweet chocolate are worked to a smooth and viscosity-stable paste.

congé

congé, 1
1. see apophyge.
2. A quarter-round concave molding, tangent to a vertical surface and succeeded by a fillet parallel to that surface.
3. In ceramic tile work, a sanitary base or sanitary shoe.
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When I was feeling better, I finally made that pear congee.
HOUSTON -- The menu includes pork or chicken dumplings, fried rice or chicken congee soup with jasmine rice and ginger.
The queue that was gathering for morning congee outside the canteen has turned to watch.
They appreciated our work and served us delicious foods, such as dumplings, desserts and congee.
Its menu has boasted Chinese elements like Beijing chicken wraps, congee, and indeed rice dishes for many years.
Whether it is steaming dumplings, pork buns, spare ribs, chicken's feet or sticky congee, the presentation of the dishes, in little steamers or on small plates, and the sometimes haphazard arrival of food, there is something magical about a dim sum experience.
Hilton announced its 'Hilton Huanying' programme which provides creature comforts to Chinese visitors abroad - including staff fluent in Mandarin at the front desk, congee at breakfast and Chinese tea, tea kettles and slippers.
In second saucepan, place congee and pine nuts and cook until warmed through.
1 billion, the company has over 100 subsidiaries and produces nearly 100 varieties of products in eight major categories, including milk, bottled water, carbonated drinks, tea drinks, juice drinks, canning food, healthcare products and leisure food, with bottled water, milk and Babao Congee ranked first in China for years in terms of both production and sales.
Congee is made by mixing equal parts of cooked rice and water.
New hotels in Sydney this year include the Crowne Plaza Congee Beach from pounds 35 per night, Four Points by Sheraton in Darling Harbour from pounds 43 per night and Park Hyatt, overlooking the Opera House, from pounds 98 per night.
Breakfast consisted of one bowl of congee or rice gruel and a dish of salted turnips.