Category: Y

  • Yellowtail

    This passage describes a fish species native to the Pacific coast that is abundant during the seasons of spring and early summer. This fish is highly regarded as a game fish and is recognized for its succulent flesh, which has a somewhat dense texture but is notably delectable in taste.  

  • Yellow perch

    The passage concerns a relatively diminutive freshwater fish, which is characterized by its greenish-gold hue. This species is widely prevalent in the area surrounding the Great Lakes and is highly sought after both for its gastronomic value and as a game fish. Moreover, commercial ventures often yield significant quantities of this fish.  

  • Yellow newton apple

    This excerpt pertains to a particular variety of apple that displays a red-striped, yellow exterior. This type of apple is suitable for consumption in its raw state or for general use in culinary pursuits. It typically grows in the western and southwestern regions of the United States during the period ranging from January to May.…

  • Yellow cake

    The statement at hand refers to a type of bread that utilizes yeast as the leavening agent. In this context, leavening agent refers to the substance that causes the dough to rise during the process of baking.  

  • Yeast bread

    The statement at hand refers to a type of bread that utilizes yeast as the leavening agent. In this context, leavening agent refers to the substance that causes the dough to rise during the process of baking.  

  • Yankee pot roast

    A particular portion of bovine flesh, typically subjected to the moist-heat cooking method of braising, is customarily accompanied by various vegetables and eventually presented in its own rich and condensed sauce.  

  • Yablouchni

    A chilled soup that is typically sweetened and contains strained apple pulp, and sometimes, red wine is commonly known as “Apple Soup.” This type of soup is typically consumed cold.  

  • Yerkes-Dodson Curve

    Optimal task performance occurs at the midlevel of diffuse physiological arousal.  

  • Yowie

    Fabled hairy hominid, also called yahoo, native to Australia. Like the American Bigfoot, the Himalayan YETI, and the Chinese ALMA, the yowie is an elusive creature said to live in remote regions, primarily high forest areas. The yowie has been reported as being a longtime inhabitant of Aboriginal lore, and accounts of sightings by European-Australians…

  • Yeti

    Hair)7 hominid, also called the abominable snowman, reputed to live in the Himalaya Mountains. Called by Tibetans Metoh-Kangmi (“manlike thing that is not a man;” misinterpreted by a translator as “wild man of the snows”), the creature became better known in the West by its nickname, Yeti. Although the Yeti has been reported in Western…