Definitions

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  • noun US, cooking sea bream

Etymologies

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From French daurade, itself borrowed, through the intermediate of an Italian text, from Spanish dorada, partially from Latin aurāta, and influenced by the verb dorar ("gild, give a golden color"); cf. dorado.

Examples

  • I flung open the French windows on to the Promenade de Marcel Proust and rang for the best room service I've ever had – champagne with confite de daurade aux huîtres.

    Classic France: the insiders' guide

  • The opening dinner menu kicks off with daurade crudo, baked potato/black truffle soup with bacon-grilled-cheese soldiers, and wild boar ragout over fresh pappardelle, while entrees include mustard-crusted lamb loin w/ stuffed artichoke, and spaetzle-supported veal cheek blanquette, though a fat lot of security it afforded that baby.

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  • TV, Chef Josh Capon of Lure Fishbar (a HuffPost standby) ambushes Josh Ozersky on the streets of Soho for an unpaid hamburger tab, but in a gentlemanly gesture of conciliation and friendship Capon instead beautifully prepares Ozersky a whole grilled daurade.

    Chef Josh Capon Of Lure Fishbar Makes Whole Grilled Daurade For Josh Ozersky

  • TV, Chef Josh Capon of Lure Fishbar (a HuffPost standby) ambushes Josh Ozersky on the streets of Soho for an unpaid hamburger tab, but in a gentlemanly gesture of conciliation and friendship Capon instead beautifully prepares Ozersky a whole grilled daurade.

    Chef Josh Capon Of Lure Fishbar Makes Whole Grilled Daurade For Josh Ozersky

  • The menu offers lamb and roasted daurade fish, but the most popular items are the roast-pork sandwiches and three kinds of pizzas, cooked by the glow of a wood-burning oven.

    A Reality-TV Star's Real Fare

  • Madame Mallory, on the next counter, smothering daurade in herbs and lime, every now and then looked over at us impatiently, to see if I had gone back to my own station.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • I was in the kitchen preparing daurade aux citrons confits when Jacques came into the kitchen to pass on two new table orders.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • Madame Mallory, on the next counter, smothering daurade in herbs and lime, every now and then looked over at us impatiently, to see if I had gone back to my own station.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • Madame Mallory, on the next counter, smothering daurade in herbs and lime, every now and then looked over at us impatiently, to see if I had gone back to my own station.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • I was in the kitchen preparing daurade aux citrons confits when Jacques came into the kitchen to pass on two new table orders.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

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