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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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Yinlu products, which also include ready-to-eat red bean congee and ready-to-eat oat congee, are tailored to Chinese consumers' taste and preferences.
Familiar Foods - Hotel restaurants have Chinese-friendly menu items like congee, noodles and rice.
She recites the long list of relatives and friends at Quintana's wedding, the "web of cousins and great-aunts and family doctors and lifelong neighbors" she views as vitally important, and she credits many friends for helping her cope, like the one who brings her scallion-and-ginger congee (61).
Food is not the highlight of your temple stay then, as I decide during breakfast, where I am served rice congee and boiled eggplant.
Premorbid status was chair bound, on nappy, able to take congee or cereals only and said only a few single words.
As a child, Hazel's favourite food was congee, a Chinese savoury rice pudding, but now her tastes have expanded with Italian and Indian also on her food wish list.
You can offer the rice congee liquid alone to start with, then include the rice, and next add the protein.
There I found pear congee, purported to "cure coughing, cure throat irritation, alleviate dizziness and fever.
Apparently there's nothing sex or a nice bowl of congee can't fix.
The 17-year-old male panda, Qin Qin, appeared normal on Tuesday, playing and eating congee and fruit, but was found dead at 5 a.
The freshly-sliced pork liver was portioned out as carefully as war-time rations, stirred in gently for only a few seconds, the pork congee ladled into a number of china bowls which she had set in a row, garnishes of shredded bright green and white shallots, and slivers of golden fried garlic adding colour and aroma.
Of eight foods served at breakfast in the factory cafeteria, three were associated with illness: cake, bread (on July 12 only), and congee (i.