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“The weight-loss regime includes a glass of red or white wine daily and a steady variety of dishes such as cumin-perfumed grated carrot salad "à l'orange," souffl é of fresh tomatoes, trout cooked in its jacket with aniseed and lemon, and desserts such as apple clafoutis or almond jelly with fresh fruit.”
“Abandoned pet rabbits won't likely be found à l'orange , says Wang Li, a waitress at a restaurant called Lao Ma Rabbit Head, which does serve a spicy rabbit's head dish.”
“No food snob, however, she was equally content to whip up a Garbage Gumbo as a duck a l'orange.”
“For duck a l'orange, she bought whole birds in San Francisco's Chinatown.”
“Only, of course, it's not just about competence versus incompetence, not just about a perfectly-cooked burger versus an inedible duck a l'orange.”
“So you can assume that if the First Couple dines on duck a l'orange, soon they'll be at Ye Olde Publick House, eating "bangers and mash.”
“(Soundbite of play rehearsal) Ms. EMMA FEINBERG (Student, Lexington High School): (As Anne Frank) We have duck a l'orange, saffron couscous and steak, or would you like to have some of our fine wines?”
“Ou encore vers les doux contrastes du gâteau moelleux à l'orange et épices et son crémeux de chocolat aux noisettes grillées.”
“I remember my parents took us to a place called Julianne not the one in San Marino where I had my very first duck l'orange and I thought it was the best thing I'd ever eaten.”
“Ouah ya Manu qui passe a l'orange bleu!! j'veux y aller * decouverte de la semaine du Pinku - ___ - *”
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