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Louis Meyer was parched after winning the 1936 race and asked for buttermilk in victory lane.
The raw fish is served in a sweet-sour kombucha tea and dotted with gelatinous sea grapes, cubes of pickled, tart green apple with dollops of tangy buttermilk spiked with fermented jalapeño and orange chutney.
Liporace’s tangy buttermilk schmear is homemade and has a silky texture akin to softened butter.
For the next few weeks, visitors can nosh on a limited menu of some of Rhea’s most popular items — including the buttermilk fried-chicken sandwich — and test and buy Glossier’s popular products.
Nothing goes better with clean, dewy skin than buttermilk fried chicken.
Food specialties: Georgacopoulos said besides being known for the complimentary doughnuts, Juicy-O takes pride in their pancakes (classic buttermilk or decadent like the maple bacon bourbon) and savory dishes.
Stir in sweet potato-buttermilk using a wooden spoon just until dough begins to form.
The first course Adrienne: Spoon bread, sea urchin, buttermilk dashi, ham, caviar and wheat tuile.
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Definition of buttermilk for English Language Learners
: the liquid that is left after butter has been made from milk or cream
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