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  • n. Plural form of brioche.

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Examples

  • “There you are making some of those bits of pastry vulgarly called brioches [blunders].

    Les Miserables

  • "There you are making some of those bits of pastry vulgarly called brioches [blunders].

    Les Miserables, Volume IV, Saint Denis

  • There were five varieties of honey to go with my French yogurt, and six varieties of jams to go with the fabulous basket of croissants, brioches and pain aux raisins from the Christophe Michalak kitchen.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Sleeps Where? In Paris, For Luxury, Hotel Plaza Athenee

  • He proffered a basket of freshly baked croissants, brioches, and her favorite, pains au chocolat.

    One Flight Up

  • At 11:31 she went into a bakery and bought two brioches which she consumed while waiting for the #12 bus

    Enemies of the People

  • On the morning we left on the Dolceacqua excursion, Juliana and I walked into town for brioches, Amanda cut up strawberries and melon, and out on the patio we made a feast of the creamy Sterzing yogurt we all liked, strong coffee for the adults, brioches with chocolate, jelly, or a lemony cream filling, and glasses of pineapple juice poured from a box with the ingredients printed in twelve languages.

    The Italian Summer

  • Season with salt and pepper and serve on mini brioches.

    Seema Kalia: Holiday Recipes: Sloppy Jyotis and Persephone's Revenge

  • Last year, Pfeiffer and the 15 other finalists came to the competition primed to produce a dizzying array of cream puffs, brioches, and chocolate candies, to say nothing of a three-tiered wedding cake and the notoriously fragile sugar and chocolate sculptures that they must transport to a buffet display area.

    Flora Lazar: What Do Bob Dylan, Bill Clinton, and French Cream Puffs Have in Common?

  • The iconic petites brioches à tête are made with the most butter, but the loaf you see above has a more modest amount of butter - only half as much butter as flour.

    bri·oche

  • While we're talking about cornetti brioches and croissants, have a glance on my blog: tramezzinimag. blogspot.com

    Il Cornetto Marmellata all'Albicocca

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