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  • n. Alternative spelling of consommé.

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Examples

  • Unlike most birrieros, he makes his consomme, which is tomato-based, without drippings from the meat, which results in a clean broth without the fat and excessive saltiness that can ruin a plate of chivo.

    Chicago Reader

  • Unlike most birrieros, he makes his consomme, which is tomato based, without drippings; it's a method he learned by videotaping Segura's wife, and it results in a clean broth without the fat and excessive saltiness that can ruin a plate of chivo.

    Chicago Reader

  • Technically, Ruhlman was wrong if he thought a watermelon "consomme" shouldn't have any coloration.

    Spot-on:Elements of Cooking

  • He found that beans and bacon eaten with a knife were sweeter and more wholesome than "blanc mange," "consomme," or "café noir" cooked in French style, and served by

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  • "Sous vide" pork tenderloin with lamb bacon, Parmesan custard, cararmelized onion "consomme," and cranberry chutney.

    Serious Eats: New York

  • A handthrown tea pot, the hole in it's lid covered by a half fresh lime, holds a crystal consomme of Matsutake mushrooms and sea bream.

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  • The chef's consomme inspires another question: Why don't more chefs offer it?

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  • Heck, she'd be thrilled to slurp consomme right out of the heavy-duty large-capacity silent-spin tub of that Maytag.

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  • Il consomme du vin, des femmes et des aliments sans mesure, en ne recherchant que la satisfaction à court terme.

    Archive 2010-07-01

  • Reduce the duck consomme or chicken stock by at least half, add the Pernod, then whisk in the cold butter piece by piece, check seasoning.

    Archive 2009-05-01

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