Pour. 1. transitive verb make something flow: to make a substance flow out or downin a stream
Stir. transitive verb mix ingredients: to move a liquid around with a spoon, stick, or other implement in order to mix or cool the contents
beat.[pic]Slowly stir the cream into the soup. transitive verb defeat somebody in contest: to defeat somebody in a contest, race, or competition.
add. transitive verb unite or combine things: to put something into or join something ontosomething else
Boil. transitive and intransitive verb heat to or reach boiling point: to heat a liquid until it forms bubbles and turns to gas, or to reach this state
Fry. transitive and intransitiveverb cook quickly in fat: to cook something in fat over high heat, or be cooked in this way
Roast. transitive and intransitive verb prepare by drying or browning: to heat something until it is dry orbrown, or be heated in this way
Bake. transitive and intransitive verb cook food in oven: to cook food in an oven by dry heat, or be cooked in this way
Frieze. decorative band along wall: a band ofdecoration running along the wall of a room, usually just below the ceiling
Steam.vaporized water: the vapor that is formed when water is boiled
Stir fry.fry food rapidly: to fry small pieces of foodrapidly in a small amount of oil over high heat, stirring continuously. This method is used extensively in Chinese cooking.
Microwave. oven using electromagnetic radiation: an oven that cooks or heatsfood or beverages relatively quickly using high-frequency electromagnetic radiation
Barbecue. food cooked on grill: food, especially meat, poultry, and fish, cooked on a gril
Boil. transitive andintransitive verb heat to or reach boiling point: to heat a liquid until it forms bubbles and turns to gas, or to reach this state
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