Definitions

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  • n. A popular condiment in many countries, usually mayonnaise-based.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This was interesting to me … a bit on the sour side, and the remoulade was a bit too mustardy.

    poco-cocoa

  • Maybe you'd mix it into a tuna salad or celery root remoulade.

    Bits & Bites: News You Can Eat

  • First-rate roasted scallops with celery-root remoulade; Atlantic cod; cheddar cheeseburger and fries; fish and chips, which includes calamari and other assorted sea creatures and a delicious tartar sauce; molten chocolate cake; and lemon zabaglione.

    Fact And Comment

  • Mr. Aamann's idea was both simple and radical: instead of using ready-made ingredients, he decided to make Smørrebrød's diverse building blocks himself, from the whole-grain rye bread base to the pickles and the mayonnaise in the remoulade.

    The Danish Sandwich, Reloaded

  • Small smørrebrød shops, once as common as bakeries, relied on ready-made ingredients, like prepackaged meat and machine-processed shrimp, and made up for a lack of quality with heavy doses of mayonnaise and remoulade.

    The Danish Sandwich, Reloaded

  • Likewise a terrine of Old Spot brawn, with both celeriac purée and remoulade, was beyond reproach in terms of execution.

    Restaurant review: the Kingham Plough

  • Deviled eggs (three for $4) and smoked shrimp remoulade ($9) are winning starters, along with the fried green tomatoes (three for $6).

    Getting Away From It All

  • If you are dead set on trying a knockout gumbo or a stellar shrimp remoulade, you won't go hungry but the overall vibe of the menu encourages a little tastebud tourism.

    Monique Stringfellow: New Orleans' Dining: GW Fins, a Fish House

  • The buttery, battered chunks of lobster are served on an airy French loaf with remoulade and Creole mustard dippers, homemade slaw and BBQ chips.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

  • Paul Costello for The Wall Street Journal At GW Fins battered chunks of lobster are served on an airy French loaf with remoulade and Creole mustard dippers, homemade slaw and BBQ chips.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

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  • i just had some! :) excellent word. good on catfish.

    December 3, 2006