Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of red and brown marble.
“I had the chance to make both Emotions Mosaic (griotte jelly, pistachio jelly, pistachio mascarpone cream) and Celeste (rhubarb compote, fresh strawberries, passion fruit and mascarpone mousse, passion fruit marshmallows).”
“Macaron with pistachio and cinnamon ganache, and two griotte halves”
“I used a griotte jam griotte is a kind of small and very perfumed cherries instead of morello cherry jam.”
“The peppery, cherry griotte and black raspberry finish could be a little longer, but this stylish wine gives so much pleasure, I'm not complaining.”
“Aromas of barnyard, Provencal herbs, cherry griotte, lavender, forest floor and white pepper start off the perfume.”
“I got 3 at 241 yen a piece (about US$2. 41 each). violette -- this one was filled with griotte (morello cherry) and pear puree made into a gel rose -- loved this one the rose flavor from the cream filled my mouth as soon as I bit into it.”
“_griotte_, condemned blocks of which no use can be made for lack of”
“The addition of little hidden things in the hearts of macarons is Pierre Hermé’s signature: olive oil and vanilla (with two pieces of green olive), Ispahan (raspberry gellant), Mosaic (two griotte halves – hint: this is my personal favourite) and white truffle and hazelnuts (three crushed hazelnuts) just to cite a few.”
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From the GNU Webster's 1913:
"n. A massive, compact limestone; a variety of calcite, capable of being polished and used for architectural and ornamental purposes. The color varies from white ...
Words and phrases used in blazoning heraldic devices, along with names and other terms associated with the art and science.
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