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  • brouillard is what every plongeur wants to be called.

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  • A débrouillard is a man who, even when he is told to do the impossible, will se débrouillerget it done somehow.

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  • This song may be the reason I love the words "brouillard" and "nuages."

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  • The Medieval Kitchen: Recipes from France and Italy le brouillard (broo-yar) noun, masculine fog, mist, smog

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  • Terms & Expressions: être dans le brouillard = to be in the dark (unaware) brouillard "à couper au couteau" (fog "to cut with a knife") = peasouper (or very thick fog)

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  • Time now to jot down a few episodes from a recent trip to Italy -- before the stories get lost in the brouillard that is sometimes my mind.

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  • References: le brouillard (m) = fog; demitasse (or demi-tasse, literally "half cup"); Dolcetto = a wine grape variety grown in northern Italy; bagna cauda (literally "hot bath") = a warm sauce (anchovies, olive oil, and garlic) for bread and boiled/roasted vegetables

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  • Write it down while it is thick, thick as the brouillard* that covers a patchwork of grapevines on the rolling hills of northern Italy in December.

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  • The Medieval Kitchen: Recipes from France and Italy le brouillard (broo-yar) noun, masculine

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