Title: In structure of a traditional Italian meal, the dolce or dessert concludes the meal.
Title: In a traditional Italian meal, the contorno is a side dish served alongside a secondo on a separate plate.
Title: In a traditional Italian meal, the aperitivo opens a meal and is similar to an appetizer.
Title: In a traditional Italian meal, the second course or secondo consists of different meats and types of fish.
Title: Primavera means "in spring" and refers to a dish being served with fresh vegetables.
La Primavera, referred to in the episode, is a famous work of art by Botticelli and was painted for Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de' Medici, a cousin of Lorenzo the Magnificent. The Primavera (or the Allegory of Spring) is full of allegorical meanings, whose interpretation is difficult and still to this day uncertain. The painting is located in the Uffizzi Gallery Museum in Florence, Italy.
Title: Antipasto means "before the meal" and is the traditional first course of a formal Italian meal.
Title: Mizumono is Japanese for a seasonal dessert which may be fruit, confection, ice cream or cake.
Title: Tome-wan is Japanese for a miso-based or vegetable soup served with rice.
Title: Kō no mono is Japanese for a dish of seasonal pickled vegetables.
Lecter clearly tells Mason that he "fortunately cannot tell anyone" about the specific content of Margot's therapy sessions due to patient-client confidentiality. However, one of the limits of confidentiality includes instances in which a patient has reasonable intent to harm a named person. Mental health professionals are required by "duty to warn" laws to report such instances to the intended target as well as the authorities.
Title: Naka-choko is Japanese for a small acidic soup used to clean the palate.
Psychopath Randall Tier's last name means "animal" or "beast" in German.
Title: Shizakana is Japanese for an ample dish, such as a hot pot.
Title: Su-zakana is Japanese for a small dish used to clean the palate, such as vegetables in vinegar.
Title: Yakimono is Japanese for flame broiled food, especially fish.
Title: Futamono is Japanese for a dish served in a lidded pot, often a soup.
Title: Mukōzuke is Japanese for a sliced dish of seasonal sashimi.
Title: Takiawase is Japanese for vegetables served with meat, fish or tofu, the ingredients of which are simmered separately.
Title: Hassun is the second course, which sets the seasonal theme. Typically it consists of one kind of sushi and several smaller side dishes.
Title: Sakizuki is Japanese for appetizer or small dishes that include seasonal ingredients. Sakizuki is the first course in a formal Kaiseki dinner.