- n. Alternative form of Provençal due to the character ç being difficult to type.
“I stay away from the bouillabaisse wars by simply not calling my Provencal-accented fish soup by that hallowed name.”
“If a dish is described as 'Provencal', only a chef knows that this means it has garlic, onions, tomato and peppers.”
“There was nothing "Provencal" about the celery root-carrot slaw that came with the scallops, either, but at least those good seared Jersey mollusks weren't ruined.”
“Jeff: I love the Provencal Onion Tart with a cracked egg on top, which really takes me back.”
“Yesterday, beneath a pouring Provencal sky, we bottled our”
“This mixture of Provencal herbs may be used also in sauces and for seasoning pizzas.”
“Emile Henry 9-inch Provencal pie dish in cerise red”
“I visited in late May 2006 some of my favorite Provencal spots and the glory of the poppies simply takes my breath away!!”
“They continued to be eaten commonly as a snack, especially at popular fairs in Italy … Lupines or lupini beans can be found in jars on the shelves of Italian grocery stores in the US and in Provencal olive mixes.”
“Imagine a South American version of a Provencal homestead.”
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