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“It can be piped out of a bag into simmering water, a preparation called parisienne gnocchi, and used like pasta.”
“The second course was a grilled Niman Ranch steak with “potatoes parisienne,” arugula and roasted shallots.”
“Your descriptions of Paris made me nostalgic as I am a parisienne (born there, moved away but went back at 15 and did all the Sorbonne and Quartier latin bit).”
“Massive congratulations! from an ex-parisienne now down-under”
“Artfully arranged with diced sweet potatoes and marble-size parisienne potatoes, the entree gets zigzags of a mole that's made from scratch using several kinds of dried peppers, nuts, cloves, star anise, nutmeg, chocolate: a veritable spice cabinet of amplifiers.”
“And you might use a variation on the pairings suggested for the parisienne gnocchi, creating a rag on which to rest the gnocchi la romaine.”
“C'est le pari d'une startup parisienne: WikiPock, qui a compressé l'encyclopédie dans moins de 4GB.”
“Nicolas Soyer was the son of Alexis Soyer junior, himself the illegitimate son of the famed chef and the parisienne Adèle Lamain, resulting from their liaison before the former's departure for London.”
“Part of that translates from a slower, more relaxed pace of life (c'est possible, even in a big, cosmopolitan city), and the aforementioned deviation from disposability, but most importantly, it offers license for la parisienne to linger in cafes over her café au lait or the vert for as long as she chooses, by herself, or with an acquaintance or four.”
“He cuts a sharp figure, the sort of man to make une belle parisienne touch her hair and raise her eyes a little beneath her veils.”
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