A Corsican stew containing mutton, lamb, horsemeat and potatoes.
Small boat-shaped pastries about 2 inches (5 cm) long, which can be made from puff pastry, short pastry, rice, semolina or vegetables. They can have either sweet or savoury fillings. It also refers to the tin in which they are cooked.
Slightly acidic. In French this is more likely to describe the water in a swimming pool or the acid in the battery of a car than anything used in cooking.