A-Z Cooking Verbs & Pictures
Yáll are the best, We have a verb test every week, there are 264 verbs on the test and the instructor adds new verbs every two weeks. We can add as many verbs as we want for extra credit as long as they are spelled right and have the correct definition.
Last week I lost by 5 points, I missed one of my verbs on his list so that was one point off and I could only come up with 47 extra verbs, another gal Alex had 52 extra credit verbs....anyhoo..
How about helping me out with an A-Z Cooking Verb game and add pictures if you can..then I will print them all out and hang them in my kitchen to see all week and maybe next week I can have the best grade.
these are all verbs so they will end in "" ar", "er", or "ir" (okay verbs or kitchen items)
En sus marcas Listos fuera!
Rellenar - To stuff as in papa rellena (soooo good)
nevar=to froth eggwhite (not sure)= napar= to cover or garnish also found on line but not in this or my paper dictionary but supposedly verifed by an Argentinian user of the online source
quemador--stove burner not a verb but I couldn't find anything for "Q" so at least something in the kitchen to expand our vocabulary
As an interesting side note, when I was looking for pictures, and typed in quemador, the pictures also came up for CD burners, pretty neat, huh?
fabricar (fabrica de galletas)
ahumar--to smoke foods
sancochar - to boil (food, not water)
eg: potatoes, eggs, etc
"Z" Zamparse- to gobble down
Missed E "E" encubrir to cover
cortar haciendo tiras o tajadas
cut into strips or slices
batir - to beat
zampar - to wolf down
batir -to beat
machacar - to crush
olfatear - to smell, to sniff