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  • (As if a Francophile needed any more joie de vivre ...) ~~~~~~~~~BETTERAVE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ la betterave (beht-rav) noun, feminine

    betterave - French Word-A-Day

  • The pois chiches* -- along with potato gnocchi, betterave, * red cabbage, and guacamole are just a few ideas that come to mind today as I try and accommodate our vegetarian and vegan harvesters who've brought their own supply of soja* just in case.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • On est gouvernés par des lascars qui fixent le prix de la betterave et qui ne sauraient pas faire pousser des radis.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The pois chiches*--along with potato gnocchi, betterave,* red cabbage, and guacamole are just a few ideas that come to mind today as I try and accommodate our vegetarian and vegan harvesters who've brought their own supply of soja* just in case.

    bombance - French Word-A-Day

  • In the cold autumn days, when they were picking the betterave (a big beet root) that is used to make sugar in France, it made me quite miserable to see them.

    Chateau and Country Life in France

  • He asked me, 'Faut-il introduire le sucre de betterave en France?'

    Maria Edgeworth

  • The French word for beet, betterave, is slang for penis or "man root."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Since I can't bear listening to myself trying to pronounce "betterave rouge en croute de sel," I call Passard's beet dish "Blood on the Snow," though it isn't mine to name.

    Missoula Independent

  • Les plats: Canard de Challans au foie gras, jus de betterave, gingembre et Bœuf Wagyu, condiment de tamarin et prune salée.

    A Foodie Froggy in Paris

  • Le foie gras de canard poele, moutarde, pate de Tarbais au lard demi sel & sirop de betterave

    ChuckEats blog

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  • (noun) - Drunkard's nose, a nose with "grog blossoms" or a "copper nose," such as is possessed by an "admiral of the red." --Albert Barrère's Argot and Slang Dictionary, 1911

    February 6, 2018