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word Appetizer is a derivative of the Latin word
'Appete', which means 'to desire or to long for';
an appetizer is then, something to encourages desire,
in this case, for the meal that will follow.
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word 'Salad' comes from the French 'Salade', of
the same meaning, and also from the Latin 'Salata',
which means 'salty', from the term 'sal' meaning
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word Pasta is derived from the Italian word of the
same spelling, which means "dough, pastry cake,
paste", originally meaning "a salted mess
of food" from the neutral plural of 'Pastos'.
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word 'Entree' was first used in England during the
XVIII century. Adopted from the same French word,
it has become synonymous with 'Main Course' in America.
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comes from the French word 'Disservir', that means
'to clear the table'. Its meaning due to the fact
that the waiter usually clears your table of dinner
dishes before bringing the dessert.
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word 'Wine' is thought to be derived from the Georgian
word 'ghvino', an ancient term that comes from the
small Caspian Sea country, the first modern nation
to make the fermented grape beverage.