To remove the stone or seed of a fruit (e.g. peach, apricot, etc.) using a knife or a pitter.
A Chinese dish made of stir-fried noodles with various vegetables (e.g. bean sprouts, cabbage, mushrooms, onions, etc.) and meats (chicken, pork, beef) or shrimp.
Similar to today's fish sauce, this pungent sauce was a popular condiment in Ancient Roman cooking.
These are similar to regular eggplants, but are smaller and have a more delicate skin.