Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Cheese.
“Now we speak servicable French and know that Assiette de fromage is a cheese plate.”
“(I know Je suis le fromage is famously tricky and ambiguous, but his reading was wacky in some way I don't remember, but at distinct odds with the book.)”
“I’d live in Paris so I could order a galette oeuf fromage from a crepe stand every day for lunch.”
“Trotté likes to add sugar or honey (called fromage blanc au miel).”
“If you do end up with odd scraps of cheese (and booze) the best way to use them up is to make the ridiculously indulgent French cheese spread called fromage fort which simply involves whizzing up stray ends of cheese in a food processor with a little white wine, a dash of brandy or grappa and a good grind of black pepper and voilà - a cheese paté you can use to spread on crostini (aka toast).”
“I call this the "baked potato" colorway, though I also offer a "leftover crudité" option (plastic wrap) as well as "fromage" (wax paper).”
“Instead, I walked up the street to Le Pichet for their Oeufs plats, jambon et fromage which is -- as I've said before -- one of my favorite egg dishes in the city.”
“Adding probiotic cultured cream to the curds brings a savory sourness that might remind some of fromage blanc and yields a smooth, rich texture not usually found in cottage cheese, let alone one that's low-fat.”
“Oddest Book Title prize goes to treatise on fromage frais”
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These user-created lists contain the word ‘fromage’.
A list of very silly sounding words, as well as words that are fun to say
everything cheese,expressions like
stiff cheddar,turophile's heaven
a work in progress
A place to list the words which are trending on Wordnik right now.
some of my favorite words
Looking for tweets for fromage.