Between writing about food all day and eating out way too much, we here at HuffPost Taste have just about had it with misspelled food words. Sure, everyone spells words incorrectly here and there and we can be as guilty as the next guy. But when it comes to food words, there are a whole slew that people misspell way too often -- and unfortunately we encounter them more than we'd like.
Here are 17 words people spell wrong all the time. Please, for the love of all things culinary, correct the error of your ways if you find a word here that you spell incorrectly.
It's not desert -- it's dessert! Notice the double S. You want more dessert, you want seconds, you want two S's.
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Please stop spelling it "cardamon." Maybe you're confusing it with cinnamon, or maybe we don't know how the heck you came up with this spelling, but cardamom ends with M, not N.
"Barbacue?" Come on, guys.
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The R comes in the second syllable, not the first. No, it is not "marscapone," so give it up already.
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This is embarrassing, so get it straight: Tomato does not have an E. Two or more tomatoes (as in the plural of tomato), has an E. Same goes with potato/potatoes.
Omelet Or Omelette
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Ok, we'll give you this one because there are two acceptable spellings for this word. However "omlette," "omlett," "omellette" and "omellet" are all wrong.
Oh brother. Has anyone
ever spelled this correctly? It's not "ceasar," it's not "caeser," and it's most definitely not "cesar." It's Caesar to you, and to everyone, always.
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There is no "x" in espresso. We repeat: There is no "x" in espresso.
Two T's, two C's, one N and an E at the end. The word does not end with I. Deal with it.
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Ok, again with the Italian words. Just get it right already! Not "cappucino," not "cappucinno," it's cappuccino!
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It's not "brocoli," or "brocolli." You may not care, but we do.
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A restaurateur is someone who owns or operates a restaurant. A "restauranteur" is no one.
It's not "caramal." Nor is it "caramalized." It's caramel, with an E.
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Cheddar, on the other hand, is not spelled with an E at the end. We know you've made that mistake, and we know you're sorry. We accept your apology, because
we love cheddar
It's ok, this one's tough. But once you get the spelling down, please also try to pronounce it correctly too.
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