a tree, Averrhoa carambola, native to southeastern Asia, bearing deeply ridged, yellow-brown, edible fruit.
Also called star fruit. the fruit itself.
Now, we will not leave them, adds the wild man, till you have had a carambola boca de jarro!
Wild Spain (Espaa agreste) Abel Chapman
a tree, Averrhoa carambola, probably native to Brazil but cultivated in the tropics, esp SE Asia, for its edible fruit
Also called star fruit. the smooth-skinned yellow fruit of this tree, which is star-shaped in cross section
a liquid made by cooking sugar until it changes color, used for coloring and flavoring food. a kind of chewy candy, commonly in small blocks, made from sugar, butter, milk, etc. a yellowish brown or tan color. Contemporary Examples They have their own four basic food groups: Chocolate, peanut butter, caramel and liquor. The Rock […]
to convert or be converted into caramel. Historical Examples caramelize one cup of the sugar and add two cups of water to dissolve. Quantity Cookery Lenore Richards caramelize the sugar, add the hot water and pour over the softened gelatin. Quantity Cookery Lenore Richards caramelize 1/2 cupful of the sugar, add the water, and cook […]
any of numerous fishes of the family Carangidae, comprising the jacks, scads, pompanos, and cavallas. belonging or pertaining to the family Carangidae. noun any marine percoid fish of the family Carangidae, having a compressed body and deeply forked tail. The group includes the jacks, horse mackerel, pompano, and pilot fish adjective of, relating to, or […]
resembling a fish of the family Carangidae; carangid. a carangoid fish.