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curd

[kərd]
(botany)
The edible flower heads of members of the mustard family such as broccoli.
(food engineering)
The clotted portion of soured milk or milk treated with an acid or enzyme; used in making cheese.
Any food resembling milk curd.
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2 million delicious orders of Wisconsin Cheese Curds were served in over 550 restaurants in 22 states last year.
Mix the remaining ingredients with curd and dip leg in it.
Curd remembers meeting Routt for the first time in December 2013, when he provided business planning training for farmers markets as a part of a Community Farm Alliance event in Eastern Kentucky.
Using remaining lemon curd, pipe concentric circles on top of your cake.
With the remainder of the mixture, drop dollops over the lemon curd layer to cover and gently smooth with the back of a spoon.
When the developing curds form a dense, tightly packed area that looks full size, cut it off just below the base of the head retaining some of the outer leaves for protection.
5 cm/1 in lengths and use to make a fence around the cabin, sticking in position with curd cheese.
Of late, the market is flooded with a range of Indian and imported probiotic products, which claim many health benefits and are often projected as a substitute for traditional curd.
3] was retained in the curd when using the emulsified vitamin [D.
MOLD: Either the form used to hold and shape cheese curd while draining; or fungi that form on the crust of cheese or form in veins within the paste.
Just as the pancake is ready, spread a dollop of lemon curd over the top, add a squirt of cream and fold the sides of the pancake over the top.
Tangy lemon curd and sweet, pillowy meringue are the perfect match.