- n. alternative spelling of consommé.
“Unlike most birrieros, he makes his consomme, which is tomato-based, without drippings from the meat, which results in a clean broth without the fat and excessive saltiness that can ruin a plate of chivo.”
“Unlike most birrieros, he makes his consomme, which is tomato based, without drippings; it's a method he learned by videotaping Segura's wife, and it results in a clean broth without the fat and excessive saltiness that can ruin a plate of chivo.”
“Technically, Ruhlman was wrong if he thought a watermelon "consomme" shouldn't have any coloration.”
“He found that beans and bacon eaten with a knife were sweeter and more wholesome than "blanc mange," "consomme," or "café noir" cooked in French style, and served by”
“Sous vide" pork tenderloin with lamb bacon, Parmesan custard, cararmelized onion "consomme," and cranberry chutney.”
“A handthrown tea pot, the hole in it's lid covered by a half fresh lime, holds a crystal consomme of Matsutake mushrooms and sea bream.”
“The chef's consomme inspires another question: Why don't more chefs offer it?”
“Heck, she'd be thrilled to slurp consomme right out of the heavy-duty large-capacity silent-spin tub of that Maytag.”
“Il consomme du vin, des femmes et des aliments sans mesure, en ne recherchant que la satisfaction à court terme.”
“Reduce the duck consomme or chicken stock by at least half, add the Pernod, then whisk in the cold butter piece by piece, check seasoning.”
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