Earl Grey Tea The popular brand name of black tea named after Charles Grey. The Earl Grey Tea recipe was given by a Chinese friend of Grey.
Eau De Vie (oh deuh vee) A French phrase which means “Water of Life”. It describes any odorless, powerful brandy or distilled spirit from a fermented fruit juice.
Ebi The Japanese term for “Shrimp”.
Eccles (ehk uhls) A small domed pastry with a dried mixed fruit filling inside. It was named after the town Eccles of Lancashire, England
Eclair (ey klair) A finger shaped, cream filled choux pastry topped with sweet icing.
Ecrevisse (ay kreh vees) A French term for “Crayfish”.
Eyes The holes produced by harmless bacteria, formed because of Carbon Dioxide, in cheeses.