Results for: Delicacy

Why are snails a delicacy?

Well, I only know why French people eat snails. In France, when they were growing grapes in order to make wine (since France is the country of wine!) these snails were becomin (MORE)

What is a french delicacy?

Escargots (snails, often stuffed back into cleaned shells and baked/broiled with garlic butter) and pate de fois gras, a rich spread made from fat goose livers, are both consi (MORE)

What does delicacy mean?

The quality of being delicate, which means fragile, easily broken or hurt, squeamish, meticulous and detailed. It also can mean a particularly rare and delicious food.
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In Titanic

Was the Titanic a delicacy?

I'm assuming you are speaking of the ship TITANIC. Delicacy usually refers to food. Was the ship considered a luxury? Yes, it had several luxurious cabins and ballrooms. Howev (MORE)
In Islam

What are Muslim delicacies?

Muslims eat many different kinds of foods depending on what countries they come from. Since Muslims come predominantly from lamb-dominant (as opposed to beef-dominant) culture (MORE)

What is a delicacy in Ohio?

One food that is peculiar to Ohio, and considered a gourmet treat, is Cincinnati chili. It differs from other chili recipes in that the sauce contains a small amount of cocoa (MORE)