Biscuit, from the Old French 'bi' twice, 'cuit' cooked.
The word origin of biscuit is "FRENCH" which means twice cooked.
The word "biscuit" comes from the Old French for "twice cooked," so "bis-" means "twice."
Re-fried ... beans? A POTATO BISCUIT - The origin of the word "biscuit" is from Latin via Middle French and means "twice cooked".
'biscuit' comes from the word 'cuit' (cooked, done) and the Latin root 'bis' (two times', so literally it means twice cooked.
Dredging in cooking means to pull food through or press it into flour or some other dry ingredient to form a coating on the outside before being cooked.
it means steady
Biannual means twice every year.
Twice is a word that means two.
Possible replacement words for "cooking" include baking, heating, and preparing.
semimonthly means twice a month :D xoxoxoxoxoxox <3