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  • n. Plural form of cepe.


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  • * Porcini mushrooms are also known as cepes and are available starting in October.

    A Little Chicken for Dinner

  • Also known as cepes or boletes (and distinguished from other mushrooms by dense pores, instead of gills, on the underside of the caps), these kings of wild mushrooms take the lowly store-bought sauce to another plane of existence (with an extra dimension of flavor!)

    December 2003

  • It uses a verdant butter blended with parsley, garlic, shallots and cepes and makes that a savory base for the meaty protein.

    Snails Quicken Their Culinary Pace

  • The most arresting new dish for autumn is described on the menu as "caramelized roscoff onion with a persillade of Somerset snails, smoked bone marrow and cepes."

    Creating a Seasonal Menu

  • SIDE ORDERIf you go down to the woods today … you've a good chance of finding cepes.

    Restaurant review: Koffmann's

  • Roasted lamb and cepes and black truffle with emulsion sauce of lamb's stock and pine seed oil

    Dialogue on Emerging Food Systems

  • If soup doesn't float your boat, you could lunch on half-moon discs of rye crispbread layered with smoked halibut or a slice of wild-mushroom tart made with the cepes that are piled high on stalls aside lingonberries and rosy apples smaller than a golf ball.

    Nigel Slater's salmon and dill soup, and tomato fish broth recipes

  • I made a mushroom pilaf to accompany the chicken using dried cepes that I rehydrated in chicken stock that I then cooked the rice in and fresh mushrooms that I browned with fresh thyme.

    Tuscan Chicken

  • Oui je vous rappelle qu'un Pinku se nourri de romans gores (ca va j'serai dans mon univers du coup) et de croquettes au cepes!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Afterwards we had the amuse-bouche, an emulsion of potatoes and cepes.

    Le Chalet


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