If you’re a foodie, you probably know food lingo. Sriracha and IPA are standards in your vocabulary. But now Merriam-Webster, the Springfield, Mass., company known for print and online dictionary sources, is making them official. Among the 250 new words and definitions added to Merriam-Webster.com, several are food-related.

Here’s a selection of those being added and their definitions:

• Bibimbap: a Korean dish of rice with cooked vegetables, usually meat, and often a raw or fried egg.

• California roll: a type of sushi roll containing avocado, cucumber, and cooked crabmeat or imitation crabmeat with a wrapping of seaweed and rice.

• Choux pastry: a very light, egg-based dough used to make pastries (such as cream puffs and eclairs).

• Cordon bleu: stuffed with ham and Swiss cheese (like chicken cordon bleu).

• Cross contamination: inadvertent transfer of bacteria or other contaminants from one surface, substance, etc., to another especially because of unsanitary handling procedures.

• Farmers market: a market at which local farmers sell their agricultural products directly to consumers.

• Froyo: frozen yogurt.

• IPA: a pale ale made with extra hops.

• Saigon cinnamon: the dried, aromatic bark of a Vietnamese tree (Cinnamomum loureirii) that yields a sweet and spicy cassia sold as cinnamon.

• Sriracha: a pungent sauce that is made from hot peppers pureed with usually garlic, sugar, salt and vinegar and that is typically used as a condiment.

— Detroit Free Press