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- n. Plural form of flambe.
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There was caneton Kioga, wild duck breasts marinated in a succulent sauce of wine, cream and basil, or T-bone Toro, tender steaks flambes.
The unprovedeid people war all together amased; for brycht day appearing, thei saw ane army of ten thowsand men; thare cornes and howssis  upoun every syd send flambes of fyre unto the heavin.
Though many a home cook has done herself in by overshooting for a dinner party - soufflés, flambes and the like always sound good in daydreams leading up to a big to do - these chefs aren't trying to be anything other than who and what they are.
You can add buff components to spells, creating a fireball that flambes your enemies while it boosts your party health.
Those rum balls, flaming flambes and sherry sauces made with alcohol often retain more hooch than most people realize.
Fortunately The Weekly Standard's Mary Katharine Ham has collected the evidence and examples needed to expose the hypocrisy, and lays it out in all it's link-filled glory; all while she flambes Gibbs for his risible assertions.