- Borrowing from French mille-feuille (literally "a thousand layers"). (Wiktionary)
“Unless you regularly knock out a dessert of caramel mille-feuille, mango and gold leaf press and crystalised chilli.”
“Watching England writhing horribly against West Indies in Chennai this week was a strangely familiar experience, partly because it represented just another flaky layer in the crazed mille-feuille of the current World Cup campaign, and partly because I was simultaneously watching archive footage of England writhing horribly against West Indies 30 years ago to the day during the Barbados Test of 1981.”
“András Szántó 'A quivering quadrangle of vanilla crème, sandwiched between layers of mille-feuille and finished with a dusting of sugar.”
“Nothing embodies this more fully than the krémes: a quivering quadrangle of vanilla crème, sandwiched between layers of crisp mille-feuille and finished with a dusting of confectioner's sugar.”
“Eli Meir Kaplan for The Wall Street Journal Mr. Bitauld's pastry choices include, from left, raspberry tarts, mille-feuille and religieuse.”
“S bastien Broda, the talented young chef who has just pocketed a Michelin star after his first year, excels in subtle combinations of flavors: a crispy mille-feuille of foie gras, served with baby peas and ginger jam, roast pigeon and sweetbreads in a hazelnut shell, and a stunning exotic-fruit souffl for dessert.”
“Her teeth sank into the buttery flakes of mille-feuille pastry and then the dark chocolate paste in the center.”
“On a recent weekend visit we were offered traditional favorites like liver and bacon stew, steak-and-kidney pudding and spotted dick alongside such gourmet treats as pan-fried halibut on artichoke puree and shrimp-fennel butter followed by rhubarb and whisky mille-feuille.”
“Some officials will even tell you, between the mille-feuille and the coffee, that Jospin's model is "the U.S.A., the most successful economy in the world.”
“There was strawberry and white chocolate mille-feuille.”
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