- n. Plural form of bonbon.
“Incomparably well observed!' cried he, collecting some bonbons from a bonboniere, and swallowing one after another with great rapidity: 'But won't you sit down?”
“My father refused to let me buy 'bonbons' or processed biscuits -- anything that was 'industrial' 'and in fact, everything that little children love, and what my girlfriends and boyfriends ate," says Ms. Pic, admitting that she is today almost as exacting with her 4-year-old son (although "a little more open because I don't want him to become frustrated").”
“The stuffed squid "bonbons" were another visual stunt that tasted scrumptious with their crunchy green vegetables and coconut chutney.”
“Chef Manrique flaunts its versatility -- and his own -- by serving it three ways: sour (in a vinegary cure), savory (poached in a refined Japanese dashi broth) and sweet (as toasted almond "bonbons").”
“Taffy-like confections and clear candies contain a large proportion of glucose, while any that are intended to be creamy, such as bonbons and the centers for chocolates, have only a small amount, if any, glucose in them.”
“You have an opera divided between eternal damnation and romantic folly, but Gounod has made things even more difficult by filling his score with melodic "bonbons" that play up to the lighter side of the equation.”
“The Chocolate Show in NYC always kicks off with the VIP Preview and Chocolate Fashion Show, where pastry chefs create chocolate couture and models aim to make it down the runway and back without melting or breaking apart their outfits, or dropping too may bonbons or dragées on the floor.”
“The Chocolate Show in NYC always kicks off with the VIP Preview and Chocolate Fashion Show, where pastry chefs create chocolate couture and models aim to make it down the runway and back without melting or breaking apart their outfits, or dropping too may bonbons or dragÃ©es on the floor.”
“The more bad news we hear, the more arguing and backstabbing we hear, the more layoffs about which we hear, the more we're going to crash on the couch, eat bonbons and feel completely defeated about our job prospects.”
“The stereotype of a soap opera fan is a fat, lazy housewife lying on the couch eating bonbons all day long," says Flo DiBona, 56, a consultant who has watched every episode of "All My Children" for the last 33 years.”
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