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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as fricassee.
“Polenta corn meal with fricasse of truffled mushrooms!”
“The traditional accompaniment to chicken fricasse is baby mushrooms and onions, but I was toying with the idea of adding in either porcini or morel mushrooms instead.”
“Starter was: Duck sausage, fricasse of lentil, egg poached in red wine, horseradish cream”
“A fricasse, according to the OED is 'meat sliced and fried or stewed and served with sauce.”
“Here is a 'rare fricasse' from the popular seventeenth century cookbook The Accomplish't Cook, by Robert May (1660)”
“Call it kleftiko or exohiko or fricasse or giouvetsi - I'll eat it and won't complain, LOL ... 'a rose by any other name '... salmon is damn good:)”
“12 A few months later Pepys exchanged the English style of dress, with cloak and rapier, for the French fashion, with coat and sword; he learned the French manner of drinking healths; he ate “a fine French dinner”; and on another occasion his wife who was from a Huguenot family served him “a pleasant French fricasse sic of Veale for dinner.””
“Pour les fricasser, on les peut prendre à toutes âges, pourveu que les graines ne soient trop dures, et on les tranche de lépaisseur d’un écu blanc, puis on les poudre de sel, et on fricasse de l’oignon tranché par roëlles dans le boeure ou graisse, auparavant que de les mettre dans la poëlle, où on les assaisonnera d’épices, y donnant la pointe de vinaigre.”
“a fricasse of an army, caissons, transports, artillery and all, in such snow as that and under such a pitiless sky.”
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