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Chaud-froid –  A French term describing a dish that is first cooked and then chilled for service

 Root Cellar - Structure built all or partially underground and used to store vegetables, fruits, and nuts or other foods.

Cheesecloth – A versatile, natural cotton cloth that can aide many kitchen tasks. It will not break apart when boiled, nor will it affect the flavor of foods it encounters.

 Tomatoes -The average American eats 22 lbs pounds of tomatoes each year, More than half the nation's tomato consumption is in the form of ketchup and tomato sauces.

Charcuterie – Products based on, but not limited to, pork and its offal. These include sausages, salami, patés, and similar forcemeats. Also used in reference to the practitioner of this ancient culinary art.

The world’s largest potato - weighed in at 18 pounds, 4 ounces, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. That’s enough for 73 portions of medium fries at McDonald’s