English version

lard in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlardlard1 /lɑːd $ lɑːrd/ noun [uncountable]  DFCwhite fat from pigs that is used in cooking
Examples from the Corpus
lardBoiled lard in a pan of water, cooled, strained and mixed with oil of lavender was used.Some group members were tempted by the variety of sausages and breakfast meats, butter, cheese, lard and pate.Cut down on all fats, particularly those from animal sources especially lard, suet, double cream and full-fat cheeses.Huge tubs hold bubbling black beans -- no lard, no lie.Then she reached into a can and scooped half a handful of lard.Nothing but paint on a piece of lard.As long as his eyes were locked on the silver of the lard can he was safe.