English Icelandic In the kitchen box bucket chef s hat cold storage room dishwasher draining board freezer kitchen whites larder microwave oven oven Oven cloth refrigerator refuse bin shelf sink tap Kitchen equipment alumunium bain-marie baking paper baking tin baking tray bottle opener bread basket breadknife cafetière carving fork carving knife casserole dish chopping board coffe filter colander deep fryer dishcloth dishwasher food processor frying pan grater grill knife ladle mallet measuring jug mincer mixture mortar oven paper paper towel pastry board plate plate warmer saucepan saucer scales scissors sink unit skewer spatula spoon tea strainer tea towel tin opener toaster whisk hot plate heating cabinet Preparing Meat baste chop cut dice flake fry, roast garnish grate marinate mix rince roast saute season slice steamed deep fry simmer smoke (cure) Meat can be medium rare rare raw (blue) well done Cooking terms bring to the boil cook in preheated oven cover with warm warm up Some starters asparagus soup avocado salad caviar consommé sausage salad salad plate pâté shrimp cocktail Vegetables asparagus aubergine avocado bean beetroot broccoli cabbage carrot cauliflower celery courgette cress cucumber fennel french bean leek lentil lettuce mushrooms olives (black, green) onion parsnip pea peppers (green, red) potato radish red cabbage spinach tomato turnip Vegetables can be canned boiled frozen in season mashed, purée raw Condiments / Spices aniseed basil bay leaf capers cayenne pepper celery chervil chilli pepper chives cinnamon coriander caraway curry dill fennel garlic ginger marjoram mint mustard nutmeg oregano paprika powder parsley pepper rosemary saffron sage salt sesame tarragon thyme vanilla Oils & Vinegar cider vinegar oil rape seed oil sunflower oil vinegar olive oil Fruit & Nuts apple apricot banana blackberry blackcurrant blueberry cherry chestnut clementine coconut date fig gooseberry grapefruit grapes lemon lime lychee manderine mango melon mulberry nectarine orange papaya peach peanut pear pecan nut pine Nut pineapple pistachio plum pomegranate prune raisin raspberry red currant rhubarb sour cherry strawberry walnut water melon Parts of Fruit core fibre lemon zest peel pulp paste seed Segment Stalk Stone Fish & Shell Fish anchovy bream brill carp caviar clam (Venus cockle) cod crab crayfish dab eel flounder haddock hake, whiting halibut herring langoustine lemon sole lobster mackerel monk Fish mullet mussel octopus oyster perch pike pilchard / sardine plaice pollack prawns salmon scampi skate snails sole sprat squid sturgeon sword fish trout tuna turbot Parts of fish bones fins fish eggs flesh gill head scales skin spine tail Fish can be cooked dry fillets fresh fresh water fish oily fish raw sea water fish sliced whole Preparation of Fish and garnish with.... bake braise coat with flour cook in a fish stock cover in bread crumbs gut the fish grill poach kift the filets out remove the skin & the tail rinse the fish under cold water scale the fish steam Cakes & Desserts baking powder butter cane sugar chocolate cocoa cornflour cream dainties/ small cakes dough / pastry eggs flour gelatine glaze ice cream icing sugar margarine marzipan meringue mix rye flour shortcrust pastry sugar vanilla waffles wheat flour yeast Milk Products butter cheese cream crème fraîche egg egg white egg Yolk eggshell milk sour cream yoghurt Cereals barley corn / maize oats rye wheat Starches cornflour potato flour rice rice flour semolina tapioca Pasta lasagne macaroni noodles ravioli vermicelli MEATS Lamb lamb chop leg of lamb saddle of lamb shoulder of lamb Beef beef steak filet steak rib steak roast beef minced beef Game deer grouse hare partridge pheasant pigeon quail rabbit venison wild boar wild duck wild rabbit wood pigeon woodcock Pork bacon pork fillet.tenderloin pork chop pork knuckle roast Pork smoked Ham Veal leg of veal saddle of Veal schnitzel tongue of veal veal Liver veal steak Fowl capon chicken duck goose guinea fowl turkey Giblets etc brain feet / trotters head heart kidney liver neck tongue tripe Methods of Cooking& Preparation of food au gratin braised breaded, coated cook in a fish stock cook in red wine cook in white wine cooked covered cooked on wood fire flambé fry grilled marinated Oven cook pickled poached sauté smoked soufflé stew Cooking Verbs to absorb to accompany to add to beat to bind to boil to bone to braise to bread (cover with crumbs) to brown to brush with to burn to carve up to clean to cool to core to cream to crumble to crush / grind to crystallise to cut to decorate to defrost to dissolve, melt to dilute to dissolve to divide / separate to do to drain to drink to flavour to fold to freeze to grind to gut (fish) to harden to heat to knead to marinate to measure to melt (fat) to mince (in mincer) to mix to peel to pickle to poach to prepare to reduce to sauté to scrape / grate to separate to shake to sieve to simmer to smoke (fish, sausages) to soak to spread to sterelise to stuff to sweeten to switch off to taste to weigh to wet to whisk Front of house English Icelandic Meals and Drinks máltíðir og drykkir drinks drykkir hot chocolate heitt súkkulaði milk mjólk water vatn tea te beer bjór coffee kaffi apple juice eplasafi wine vín brandy koníak Menu Matseðill soups súpur starter Forréttur fish dishes fiskiréttir main dish aðalréttur meat dishes kjötréttur desserts eftirréttur side orders viðbótar/auka pöntun Melas of the day Máltíðir dagsins breakfast morgunmatur lunch hádegismatur dinner kvöldmatur Drinks service drykkir í boði a pot of tea/coffee tebolli/kaffibolli a cup bolli a glass glas Wine list Vínlisti a whole bottle heil flaska half bottle hálf flaska white wine hvítvín red wine rauðvín sparkling wine freyðivín a portion skammtur with sugar & milk með sykri og mjólk Cutlery Hnífapör/eggjárn spoon skeið coffee spoon teskeið tea spoon teskeið soup spoon súpuskeið fork gaffall pastry fork tertuhnífur knife hnífur China ware Leirtau glass glas plate diskur soup plate súpudiskur saucer undirskál cup bolli napkin servíetta Waiter Þjónn would you like to order, Sir/Madam Ertu tilbúin að panta, herra/frú I would like Ég myndi vilja what do you recommend Með hverju mælirðu? have you made your choice Ertu búin að velja/ákveða? which ingredients were used in the salad Hvaða hráefni voru notuð í salatið? what would you like to drink Hvað myndirðu vilja drekka? Miss, a knife is missing here Ungfrú, það vantar hníf hérna I am sorry, will bring it immediately Afsakið,ég kem með hann strax did you enjoy your meal? Líkaði þér maturinn? may I have the bill please Get ég fengið reikninginn? can we pay by credit card Getum við greitt með kredit korti? no, cash please Nei, bara með peningum an all inclusive bill please Reikning fyrir öllu may I help you with your coat Get ég hjálpað þér með yfirhöfnina? Kitchen phrases English Icelandic Turn down the heat Lækkaðu hitann The meat is burned Kjötið er brennt Today, we have to hurry Í dag þurfum við að flýta okkur A little gravy here, not there, ready Smá sósu hér, ekki þarna, tilbúið Today I will show you how… Í dag mun ég sýna þér hvernig Should we boil the vegetables Eigum við að sjóða grænmetið? You cut the veg in slices Þú skerð grænmetið í sneiðar Don't forget to taste Ekki gleyma að smakka Do you have a chopping board Áttu skurðarborð? Could you cut up the duck Getur þú skorið öndina?
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