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Yakimono - 
[yah-kee-MOH-noh] The Japanese term for foods (usually meat) that are grilled, broiled or pan-fried. The ingredients are generally either marinated in sauce or salted. They`re then skewered so they retain their shape and grilled over a hot fire so the skin (if any) is very crisp while the meat stays tender and juicy.

Yakitori - 
[yah-kee-TOH-ree] A Japanese term meaning "grilled" (yaki) "fowl" (tori), usually referring to small pieces of marinated chicken that are skewered and grilled.

Yarrow - 
YAR-oh, YEHR-oh] Any of several very pungent, aromatic herbs found in Europe and North America. Known as milfoil in Europe, yarrow has a very strong aroma and flavor and is therefore used sparingly to flavor salads, soups and occasionally egg dishes. It may also be used to brew a tisane (herb tea).

Yeast bread - 
Any bread that uses yeast as the leavening agent. As the yeast ferments, it converts the flour`s starchy nutrients into alcohol and carbon dioxide gas. The gas bubbles trapped in the elastic gluten mesh of the dough are what make it rise. Oven heat kills the yeast and evaporates the alcohol. The gas expands in a final burst of energy and causes the bread to rise.

Yellowtail - 
1. This large (up to 100 pounds) game fish is found off the coast of Southern California and further south into Mexican waters. It`s a member of the jack family - related to pompano - with a flavor and texture similar to tuna. Yellowtail is only occasionally available commercially. It may be prepared in any way suitable for tuna. 2. A variety of snapper.

Yogurt; yoghurt - 
[YOH-gert] A dairy product that`s the result of milk that has fermented and coagulated because it`s been invaded by friendly bacteria. This can be accomplished naturally by keeping the milk at about 110F for several hours. The end result is a creamy-textured yogurt with an astringent, slightly tart taste.

York Imperial apple - 
A medium to large apple with firm flesh that`s tartly sweet. The York Imperial`s skin is red with yellowish streaks and the flesh is off-white. It`s an excellent cooking apple and is a favorite for baked apples because it keeps its shape during cooking. This apple is available October through April.

Yorkshire pudding - 
[YORK-sheer, YORK-shuhr] British roast beef wouldn`t be complete without Yorkshire pudding, which is like a cross between a popover and a souffle and not at all like a pudding. It`s made with a batter of eggs, milk and flour, baked in beef drippings until puffy, crisp and golden brown. It may be prepared in a shallow baking dish, muffin tins or other small containers, or in the same pan as the roast. Like a hot souffle, Yorkshire pudding will deflate shortly after it`s removed from the oven. This specialty takes its name from England`s northern county of Yorkshire.

Yosenabe - 
[yoh-seh-NAH-beh] A type of nabemono (one-pot meal) consisting of chicken, seafood and vegetables all combined in a single pot of seasoned broth - kind of a Japanese bouillabaise.

Youngberry - 
A hybrid blackberry variety with dark red color and sweet, juicy flesh.

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