- n. alternative spelling of canapé.
“Isabel Sublette spelled "canape" and "rudimentary" to win the Ventura County Spelling Bee Monday night at CSU Channel Islands in Camarillo.”
“But if oysters aren't a goer, there is one other top canape which is a real crowd pleaser.”
“A few years ago, Waitrose magazine conducted a Serious Survey of chefs and food critics, aimed at establishing once and for all, Britain's favourite canape – you may well mock, but these are important issues – and the results, according to contemporary "news" reports, came as a bit of a shock.”
“The canape trays – a subliminal assault of miniature yorkshire puddings, coins of beef, venison pies, shavings of root vegetables and morsels of sea bass – endeavoured to drive home Hunt's message.”
“Does he like go to one and praise the guy, grab a canape, abandon the guests, and head to the next fete of the night?”
“I bought your book, I love it, every time i get a chance (having 2 very young children, c'est FICELLE) i jump into ma canape and read and read, so charming.”
“The ready-made sort are so often damp and chewy, but, hot from the pan, they're a revelation: light, buttery pillows of canape perfection.”
“They are very versatile: they can be dropped into the pasta water to add flavour, included in lamb salad, or in June and July the height of the pea season you can serve them fresh in their pods as a canape; just pop them straight into your mouth.”
“The beauty of the canape is that the more measly it is, the drunker everybody will get, and the greater the possibility that they'll wake up in the morning with bigger things on their minds than the quality of your catering.”
“As a novelist, I had skin in the game, so I grabbed a canape, sidled over, and eavesdropped.”
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