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“Then comes 'poisson' -- I fear it may be whiting -- filet de boeuf with tomates farcies, bouchées à la Reine, chicken, pigeons, salad, two vegetables, an ice, assorted fruits, and biscuits.”
“She wraps a large fish fillet in on itself, creating what's called poisson en colere: "The fish looks like it's chasing its tail and stays remarkably intact.”
“that's what I thought maybe they misspelled "poisson"--which is French for fish.”
“All it shows is that the number of heart attacks (or whatever the loss with this characteristic is) somebody has over the course of their life is probably not poisson distributed, but possibly has a negative binomial distribution.”
“Chef Raymond Blancmange will work on a menu featuring French delicacies such as andouillettes, 'poisson d'avril' and seasonal fools for desserts.”
“Francophiles would do well with traditional fare: baby artichoke salad, fried zucchini blossom beignets or the Provençale soupe de poisson.”
“There was even a suggestion to use the French name, "boulettes de poisson.”
“Daymon Gardner for The Wall Street Journal Shadyside plates The single best dish I have ever eaten was a soupe de poisson from Alain Assaud in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.”
“Le Maurin des Maures, nearby, is a local institution, with a sunny terrace overlooking the sea and a €13.50 three-course menu offering soupe de poisson, delicious grilled sardines and profiteroles smothered with hot chocolate sauce.”
“Among the delicious dishes we ordered: local oysters, soupe de poisson, calimari, octopus, and lobster that filled our taste buds with happiness.”
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