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  • n. Plural form of fricandeau.

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Examples

  • Written in her meticulous hand, it began with soups, continued with fish, progressed to roasting and boiling, and then branched into all manner of fancy fricandeaus, ragouts, pies, puddings, and desserts.

    The Thief Taker

  • Parisian culinary skill consist in the different kinds of filet de bœuf, fricandeaus, mayonnaises and sauces.

    Paris and Northern France

  • But the sight of a very magnificent déjeuné à la fourchette, spread under the pine-trees, the uncorking of champagne bottles and Scotch ale, the savoury odour of soups and fricandeaus, the bustling attendance of English waiters, put to flight all romantic fancies.

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • But the sight of a very magnificent _déjeuné à la fourchette_, spread under the pine-trees, the uncorking of champagne bottles and Scotch ale, the savoury odour of soups and fricandeaus, the bustling attendance of English waiters, put to flight all romantic fancies.

    Life in Mexico

  • The next day I began dining at home, and found my cook very satisfactory; for, besides the usual English dishes, he was acquainted with the French system of cooking, and did fricandeaus, cutlets, ragouts, and above all, the excellent French soup, which is one of the principal glories of France.

    The memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

  • Their _talk_ was of sauces and of cooks, what dishes each cook was famous for; whether his _forte_ lay in white sauces or brown, in soups, _lentilles, fricandeaus, bechemele, matelotes, daubes_, &c. Then the history and genealogy of the cooks came after the discussion of the merit of the works; whom my Lord

    Tales and Novels — Volume 04

  • The next day I began dining at home, and found my cook very satisfactory; for, besides the usual English dishes, he was acquainted with the French system of cooking, and did fricandeaus, cutlets, ragouts, and above all, the excellent French soup, which is one of the principal glories of

    The Complete Memoirs of Jacques Casanova

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