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“This invariably forms the garniture of any lettuce salad, whether cabbage or cos, and also of the Batavian endive, though, as we have already seen, the curly endive is best suited with the chapon — i.e., the crust of bread rubbed over with a garlic clove.”
“On the other hand, a chapon is used with the curly endive; it consists of a crust of bread over which a clove of garlic has been rubbed.”
“This invariably forms the garniture of any lettuce salad, whether cabbage or cos, and also of the Batavian endive, though, as we have already seen, the curly endive is best suited with the chapon -- i.e., the crust of bread rubbed over with a garlic clove.”
“To be precise, you take a langouste, three rascas (an edible but second-rate fish), a slice of conger, a fine 'chapon,' or red rascas, and one or two 'poissons blancs' (our grey mullet, I take it, would be an equivalent).”
“The salad-bowl may be rubbed with the cut surface of a clove of garlic, or a _chapon_ may be used.”
“A _chapon_, according to gastronomic usage, is a thin piece of bread rubbed on all sides with the cut surface of a clove of garlic and put into the salad-bowl before the seasonings.”
“In 1846, at the time of my visit, in vain would you have sought in the farm yard for a live seigniorial capon (_un chapon vif et en plumes_) though possibly in the larder, at Christmas, you might have discovered some fat, tender turkeys, or a juicy haunch of venison.”
“Within twenty or thirty coss to the south, Amber chapon, an _Abashed_,  who was general of the army of the king of Deccan, lay encamped at the head of 10,000 of his own cast, all brave soldiers, and about 40,000”
“Boorhanpoor, had not the prince Sultan Parvis with Rajah Mausing come down with great forces; as Amber chapon had sent to demand the surrender of Boorhanpoor, deeming that Khan-Khana was unable to hold it against him.”
“_chapon roti au cresson_; _asperge au branches_; _glace au chocolat_; _caf_; or: _potage au Crcy_; _turbot aux cpres_;”
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